2008 International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing

15-18 Dec. 2008

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  • Emulation system for active tag applications

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    In this paper we present an active tag emulation system that is used to carry out live experiments with active tag applications. Its two main components are the wireless communication emulator QOMET, and an active tag processor emulator. Experiments are performed using the experiment-support software RUNE on StarBED, the large-scale network testbed at the Hokuriku Research Center of the National I... View full abstract»

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  • Sensor-based data storage for search and rescue

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    This research study proposes to utilize sensors for making necessary local information readily available and easily accessible to search and rescue team members following an earthquake. The Search and Rescue Data Access Point (SR-DAP) system is designed for storage and retrieval of useful local information on/from sensor nodes deployed on building frontages. In the paper, the types of information ... View full abstract»

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  • Cooperative localization - algorithms for initial position estimation

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    Localization of nodes in wireless sensor networks (WSN) is important in many applications such as tracking emergency services personnel. At CSIRO we are developing low-cost nodes suitable for cooperative localization in WSN using a single radio for communication and ranging based on time-of-arrival(TOA). In this paper we present the results of network simulations of three previously published algo... View full abstract»

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  • Position estimation and tracking of an autonomous mobile sensor using received signal strength

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    In this paper, an algorithm for approximating the path of a moving autonomous mobile sensor with an unknown position location using Received Signal Strength (RSS) measurements is proposed. Using a Least Squares (LS) estimation method as an input, a Maximum-Likelihood (ML) approach is used to determine the location of the unknown mobile sensor. For the mobile sensor case, as the sensor changes posi... View full abstract»

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  • Localization scheme for large scale Wireless Sensor Networks

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    Localization of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) is an issue for location-based services. This paper proposes a new Wireless Sensor Network Localization Scheme based on Self-Organizing Maps (SOM) to deal with this issue. Our scheme utilizes only connectivity information and information from some heard anchors in the network to determine the location of nodes. With anisotropic topologies or topologi... View full abstract»

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  • Distributed localization in wireless sensor networks based on force-vectors

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    Node localization is a fundamental requirement for deploying real wireless sensor network applications such as hospital logistics, environmental monitoring, and target surveillance. However, recently proposed algorithms still could not attain enough accuracy and are too costly. To improve the previous work, we describe a low cost, high accuracy, scalable, distributed localization algorithm which b... View full abstract»

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  • Range-free passive acoustic localization

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    We propose a range-free localization framework in which a network of randomly deployed acoustic sensors can passively use natural acoustic phenomena within its environment to localize itself. We introduce a novel approach for registration of sensors observations which takes advantage of a clustering technique on triplets of associated observations. A Bayesian filtering method is employed to increm... View full abstract»

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  • Noisy localization on the sphere: A preliminary study

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    The problem of sensor network localization or target localization based on distance measurements has been well studied. In previous work, the problem is considered in the plane or in 3-dimensional space. This work deals with the problem of great distance localization on the surface of the earth when the planar assumption becomes invalid, but there remain the constraint that the points lie in a 2-d... View full abstract»

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