Evaluating sensor allocations using equivalence classes of multi-target paths

@article{Mrtenson2005EvaluatingSA,
  title={Evaluating sensor allocations using equivalence classes of multi-target paths},
  author={Christian M{\aa}rtenson and Pontus Svenson},
  journal={2005 7th International Conference on Information Fusion},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={8 pp.-}
}
We present an algorithm for evaluating sensor allocations using simulation of equivalence classes of possible futures. Our method is meant to be used for pre-planning sensor allocations, e.g., for choosing between several alternative flight-paths for UAV's, or deciding where to deploy ground sensor networks. The method can be used to choose the best sensor allocation with respect to any fusion method. In addition to the list of sensor allocations to evaluate, the algorithm requires knowledge of… CONTINUE READING
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