Dynamic sensor transmission power scheduling for remote state estimation

@article{Ren2014DynamicST,
  title={Dynamic sensor transmission power scheduling for remote state estimation},
  author={Zhu Ren and Peng Cheng and Jiming Chen and Ling Shi and Huanshui Zhang},
  journal={Automatica},
  year={2014},
  volume={50},
  pages={1235-1242}
}
In this paper, we consider the problem of sensor transmission power scheduling for remote state estimation. We assume that the sensor has two transmission energy levels, where the high level corresponds to a high packet reception ratio. By exploiting the feedback information from the remote estimator, we aim to find an optimal transmission power schedule.We formulate the problem as aMarkov decision process, and analytically develop a simple and optimal dynamic schedulewhichminimizes the average… CONTINUE READING
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His research interests include networked sensing and control, cyber–physical systems, and robust control

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