The Effects of Stitching Orders in Patch-and-Stitch WSN Localization Algorithms

Abstract

A "patch-and-stitchrdquo localization algorithm divides the network into small overlapping subregions. Typically, each subregion consists of a node and all or some of its neighbors. For each subregion, the algorithm builds a local map, called a patch, which is actually an embedding of the nodes it spans in a relative coordinate system. Finally, the… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TPDS.2008.226

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