Yu, Changbin (Brad); Dasgupta, Soura; Anderson, Brian
The ability to localize a sensor network is important for its deployment. A theoretical result exists defining necessary and sufficient conditions for network unique localizability (for inter-sensor range-based localization); it has its roots in Graph Rigidity Theory where sensors and links/measurements are modelled as vertices and edges of a graph, respectively. However, critical missions do require a level of robustness for localizability, ensuring that localizability is retained in the event...[Show more]
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