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AAAI
2007
13 years 8 months ago
Hybrid Inference for Sensor Network Localization Using a Mobile Robot
In this paper, we consider a hybrid solution to the sensor network position inference problem, which combines a real-time filtering system with information from a more expensive,...
Dimitri Marinakis, David Meger, Ioannis M. Rekleit...
ICRA
2009
IEEE
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14 years 1 months ago
Inferring a probability distribution function for the pose of a sensor network using a mobile robot
— In this paper we present an approach for localizing a sensor network augmented with a mobile robot which is capable of providing inter-sensor pose estimates through its odometr...
David Meger, Dimitri Marinakis, Ioannis M. Rekleit...
FLAIRS
2006
13 years 7 months ago
Developing Active Sensor Networks with Micro Mobile Robots: Distributed Node Localization
A new sensor network architecture called active sensor network (ASN) is proposed in this paper. By integrating multiple small, sensor network-friendly mobile robots into a traditi...
Weihua Sheng, Girma S. Tewolde
IROS
2008
IEEE
172views Robotics» more  IROS 2008»
14 years 23 days ago
HybridExploration: A distributed approach to terrain exploration using mobile and fixed sensor nodes
— When an emergency occurs within a building, it may be initially safer to send autonomous mobile nodes, instead of human responders, to explore the area and identify hazards and...
Ettore Ferranti, Niki Trigoni, Mark Levene
HYBRID
2007
Springer
13 years 10 months ago
Solving Coverage Problems with Embedded Graph Grammars
We show how Embedded Graph Grammars (EGGs) are used to specify local interaction rules between mobile robots in a natural manner. This formalism allows us to treat local network to...
John-Michael McNew, Eric Klavins, Magnus Egerstedt