Localization in time and space for wireless sensor networks: An efficient and lightweight algorithm

@article{Oliveira2009LocalizationIT,
  title={Localization in time and space for wireless sensor networks: An efficient and lightweight algorithm},
  author={Horacio A. B. F. de Oliveira and Azzedine Boukerche and Eduardo Freire Nakamura and Antonio Alfredo Ferreira Loureiro},
  journal={Perform. Eval.},
  year={2009},
  volume={66},
  pages={209-222}
}
In many applications that use Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), detected events need to be localized in both time and space. As a result, sensor nodes need to have precisely synchronized clocks as well as to be localized in a common spatial reference system. While synchronization and localization algorithms have been proposed to solve these problems independently, in this work we propose to combine both synchronization and localization into a single problem that we refer to as the time–space… CONTINUE READING
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