Sensor Deployment With Target Regions


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Hector H. Gonzalez-Banos , Asif Ghias

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The invention teaches an effective deployment strategy for sensors based on finding a set-cover solution of computational geometry. The system and methods of the invention teach embodiments to deploy sensors of varying capabilities in a workspace with real-world constraints. The workspace comprises a set of target regions or cells that are required to be observed. Sensor capabilities include having sensing stations with different types of sensors operating simultaneously to provide sensing, network or other types of coverages. Constraints include having range and directional constraints on the sensors, requiring sensing stations to be placed only within certain predetermined regions or locations of the workspace, and having a limited number of a certain type of sensors available. The invention finds a variety of real-world applications including tracking, coverage, and social media. More... »

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