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Mobile object tracking in wireless sensor networks

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Mobile object tracking in wireless sensor networks
— Wireless sensor network is an emerging technology that enables remote monitoring objects and environment. This paper proposes a protocol to track a mobile object in a sensor network dynamically. The previous researches almost focus on how to track object accurately and they do not consider the query for mobile sources. Additionally, they need not report the tracking information to user. The work is concentrated on mobile user how to query target tracks and obtain the target position effectively. The mobile user can obtain the tracking object position without broadcast query. The user is moving and approaching the target when he/she knows the target's position. Wireless sensor networks can assist user to detect target as well as keep the movement information of the target. Sensor nodes establish face structure to track the designated target and keep target tracks. The source follows the tracks to approaching target. To chase the object quick and maintain an accurate tracking ro...
Hua-Wen Tsai, Chih-Ping Chu, Tzung-Shi Chen
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where COMCOM
Authors Hua-Wen Tsai, Chih-Ping Chu, Tzung-Shi Chen
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