Distributed Tracking in Distributed Sensor Networks

@article{Chong1986DistributedTI,
  title={Distributed Tracking in Distributed Sensor Networks},
  author={Chee-Yee Chong and Kuo-Chu Chang and Shozo Mori},
  journal={1986 American Control Conference},
  year={1986},
  pages={1863-1868}
}
A distributed sensor network (DSN) consists of a set of processing nodes collecting data from sensors. When the nodes communicate, each node fuses the information received from other nodes with the local information to update its estimate on the state of the world. Previous papers have dealt with the theoretic algorithms for tracking multiple targets using a DSN. This paper considers the processing functions performed by each DSN node and presents some simulation results on tracking vehicles… CONTINUE READING
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