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Analysis of Quality of Surveillance in fusion-based sensor networks

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Analysis of Quality of Surveillance in fusion-based sensor networks
—Recent years have witnessed the deployments of wireless sensor networks for mission-critical applications such as battlefield monitoring and security surveillance. These applications often impose stringent Quality of Surveillance (QoSv) requirements including low false alarm rate and short detection delay. In practice, collaborative data fusion techniques that can deal with sensing uncertainty and enable sensor collaboration have been widely employed in sensor systems to achieve stringent QoSv requirements. However, most previous analytical studies on the surveillance performance of wireless sensor networks are based on simplistic models (such as the disc model) that cannot capture the stochastic and collaborative nature of sensing. In this paper, we systematically analyze the fundamental relationship between QoSv, network density, sensing parameters, and target properties. The results show that data fusion is effective in achieving stringent QoSv requirements, especially in the se...
Rui Tan, Guoliang Xing, Xunteng Xu, Jianping Wang
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where PERCOM
Authors Rui Tan, Guoliang Xing, Xunteng Xu, Jianping Wang
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