Information-theoretic approaches for sensor selection and placement in sensor networks for target localization and tracking

@article{Wang2005InformationtheoreticAF,
  title={Information-theoretic approaches for sensor selection and placement in sensor networks for target localization and tracking},
  author={Hanbiao Wang and Kung Yao and Deborah Estrin},
  journal={Journal of Communications and Networks},
  year={2005},
  volume={7},
  pages={438-449}
}
In this paper, we describes the information-theoretic approaches to sensor selection and sensor placement in sensor networks for target localization and tracking. We have developed a sensor selection heuristic to activate the most informative candidate sensor for collaborative target localization and tracking. The fusion of the observation by the selected sensor with the prior target location distribution yields nearly the greatest reduction of the entropy of the expected posterior target… CONTINUE READING
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