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GLOBECOM
2009
IEEE
14 years 1 months ago
Strong Barrier Coverage with Directional Sensors
Abstract—The barrier coverage model was proposed for applications in which sensors are deployed for intrusion detection. In this paper, we study a strong barrier coverage problem...
Li Zhang, Jian Tang, Weiyi Zhang
MOBIHOC
2008
ACM
14 years 6 months ago
Strong barrier coverage of wireless sensor networks
Constructing sensor barriers to detect intruders crossing a randomly-deployed sensor network is an important problem. Early results have shown how to construct sensor barriers to ...
Benyuan Liu, Olivier Dousse, Jie Wang, Anwar Saipu...
MOBICOM
2005
ACM
14 years 20 days ago
Barrier coverage with wireless sensors
In old times, castles were surrounded by moats (deep trenches filled with water, and even alligators) to thwart or discourage intrusion attempts. One can now replace such barrier...
Santosh Kumar, Ten-Hwang Lai, Anish Arora
INFOCOM
2009
IEEE
14 years 1 months ago
Barrier Coverage of Line-Based Deployed Wireless Sensor Networks
— Barrier coverage of wireless sensor networks has been studied intensively in recent years under the assumption that sensors are deployed uniformly at random in a large area (Po...
Anwar Saipulla, Cédric Westphal, Benyuan Li...
ADHOCNOW
2009
Springer
13 years 8 months ago
On Minimizing the Maximum Sensor Movement for Barrier Coverage of a Line Segment
We consider n mobile sensors located on a line containing a barrier represented by a finite line segment. Sensors form a wireless sensor network and are able to move within the lin...
Jurek Czyzowicz, Evangelos Kranakis, Danny Krizanc...