Wi-fi Sensor Networks: Distributed Consensus Estimation By Cailian Chen, Shanying Zhu, Xinping Guan
2014 | 100 Pages | ISBN: 3319123785 | PDF | three MB
This SpringerBrief evaluates the cooperative effort of sensor nodes to perform high-level duties with sensing, knowledge processing and communication. The metrics of network-wide convergence, unbiasedness, consistency and optimality are mentioned by way of community topology, distributed estimation algorithms and consensus technique. Systematic evaluation reveals that correct deployment of sensor nodes and a small variety of low-cost relays (with out sensing perform) can velocity up the knowledge fusion and thus enhance the estimation functionality of wi-fi sensor networks (WSNs). This temporary additionally investigates the spatial distribution of sensor nodes and primary scalable estimation algorithms, the consensus-based estimation functionality for a category of relay assisted sensor networks with uneven communication topology, and the issue of filter design for cellular goal monitoring over WSNs. From the system perspective, the community topology is intently associated to the potential and effectivity of network-wide scalable distributed estimation. Wi-fi Sensor Networks: Distributed Consensus Estimation is a beneficial useful resource for researchers and professionals working in wi-fi communications, networks and distributed computing. Superior-level college students learning pc science and electrical engineering may also discover the content material useful.