Self-organizing Sensor Networks with Information Propagation Based on Mutual Coupling of Dynamic Systems

@inproceedings{Barbarossa2005SelforganizingSN,
  title={Self-organizing Sensor Networks with Information Propagation Based on Mutual Coupling of Dynamic Systems},
  author={Sergio Barbarossa},
  year={2005}
}
Sensor networks are typically used as a distributed system, composed of a set of cheap, lightweight components, for detection of events of interest or estimation of physical parameters. The most typical approach in designing a sensor network consists in asking the sensors to collect data and to send them to a sensor fusion center which takes the final decision. In this paper, we propose a totally different approach. Each network node is composed of a sensor, that measures the parameter of… CONTINUE READING
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