Evasion paths in mobile sensor networks

  title={Evasion paths in mobile sensor networks},
  author={Henry Adams and Gunnar Carlsson},
  journal={I. J. Robotics Res.},
Suppose that ball-shaped sensors wander in a bounded domain. A sensor doesn’t know its location but does know when it overlaps a nearby sensor. We say that an evasion path exists in this sensor network if a moving intruder can avoid detection. In Coordinate-free coverage in sensor networks with controlled boundaries via homology, Vin de Silva and Robert Ghrist give a necessary condition, depending only on the time-varying connectivity data of the sensors, for an evasion path to exist. Using… CONTINUE READING
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