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IPPS
2008
IEEE
12 years 4 months ago
Sweep coverage with mobile sensors
Many efforts have been made for addressing coverage problems in sensor networks. They fall into two categories, full coverage and barrier coverage, featured as static coverage. In...
Wei-Fang Cheng, Mo Li, Kebin Liu, Yunhao Liu, Xian...
ICPP
2009
IEEE
12 years 4 months ago
Run to Potential: Sweep Coverage in Wireless Sensor Networks
—Wireless sensor networks have become a promising technology in monitoring physical world. In many applications with wireless sensor networks, it is essential to understand how w...
Min Xi, Kui Wu, Yong Qi, Jizhong Zhao, Yunhao Liu,...
FAABS
2004
Springer
12 years 3 months ago
Two Formal Gas Models for Multi-agent Sweeping and Obstacle Avoidance
Abstract. The task addressed here is a dynamic search through a bounded region, while avoiding multiple large obstacles, such as buildings. In the case of limited sensors and commu...
Wesley Kerr, Diana F. Spears, William M. Spears, D...
ICNP
2003
IEEE
12 years 3 months ago
A Bidding Protocol for Deploying Mobile Sensors
In some harsh environments, manually deploying sensors is impossible. Alternative methods may lead to imprecise placement resulting in coverage holes. To provide the required high...
Guiling Wang, Guohong Cao, Thomas F. La Porta
IJRR
2006
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11 years 9 months ago
Coordinate-free Coverage in Sensor Networks with Controlled Boundaries via Homology
ABSTRACT. We introduce tools from computational homology to verify coverage in an idealized sensor network. Our methods are unique in that, while they are coordinate-free and assum...
V. de Silva, R. Ghrist
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