Semi-definite optimization has been used recently for solving a wide range of Euclidean distance geometry problems. Among the recent applications are ad hoc wireless sensor networks used for monitoring enviromental information (temperature, lights, etc.). Typical networks of this type consist of large number of densely deployed sensor nodes which gather local data and communicate with other nodes within small range. Since the sensor data from these nodes refer to certain geographical location, the knowledge of each sensor position is imperative. Generally, the use of GPS is not an option due to the power and cost limitation for each sensor. Therefore, the Wireless Sensor Localization

eggplantcinnabarMobile - Wireless

Nov 21, 2013 (2 years and 11 months ago)


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