Localised alpha-shape computations for boundary recognition in sensor networks

@article{Fayed2009LocalisedAC,
  title={Localised alpha-shape computations for boundary recognition in sensor networks},
  author={Marwan Fayed and H. T. Mouftah},
  journal={Ad Hoc Networks},
  year={2009},
  volume={7},
  pages={1259-1269}
}
Intuitively, many wireless and sensing applications benefit from knowledge of network boundaries. Many virtual coordinate constructions rely on the furthest set of nodes as beacons. Network edges may also bound routing holes in the network, regions of failure due to environmental effects, or indicate the need for additional deployment. In this paper we solve the edge detection problem locally using a geometric structure called the alphashape (a-shape). For a disc of radius 1=a, the a-shape… CONTINUE READING
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