The Study of the Weighted Centroid Localization Algorithm Based on RSSI

  title={The Study of the Weighted Centroid Localization Algorithm Based on RSSI},
  author={Zu-min Wang and Yi Zheng},
  journal={2014 International Conference on Wireless Communication and Sensor Network},
Aiming at the wireless sensor network (WSN) positioning of the centroid localization algorithm with the problem of inaccurate positioning, this paper proposes an improved weighted centroid localization algorithm based on RSSI. This algorithm regard the distance between the unknown node and the reference of anchor nodes as the weight in centroid localization algorithm, make full use of the unknown node received signal strength indicator, by attaching the anchor node weight size to determine the… CONTINUE READING

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