Distance-based network localization is a very effective way to obtain the position of nodes in a network via range measuring; this, however, requires nodes with nontrivial sensing capabilities. Range-free techniques, conversely, use much simpler nodes but often provide just a rough estimate on the node's position. In this paper we develop a hybrid localization algorithm that combines range-free and distance-based sensors. A detailed simulation campaign aimed at corroborating the findings and at showing the potentialities of the approach concludes the paper.

Oliva, G., Laoudias, C., Pascucci, F., Setola, R., & Panayiotou, C.G. (2014). Hybrid sensor networks localization dealing with range-capable and range-free nodes. In IPIN 2014 - 2014 International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (pp.281-290). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. [10.1109/IPIN.2014.7275494].

Hybrid sensor networks localization dealing with range-capable and range-free nodes

PASCUCCI, Federica;
2014

Abstract

Distance-based network localization is a very effective way to obtain the position of nodes in a network via range measuring; this, however, requires nodes with nontrivial sensing capabilities. Range-free techniques, conversely, use much simpler nodes but often provide just a rough estimate on the node's position. In this paper we develop a hybrid localization algorithm that combines range-free and distance-based sensors. A detailed simulation campaign aimed at corroborating the findings and at showing the potentialities of the approach concludes the paper.
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