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Improving System-wide Detection Performance for Sonar Buoy Networks using In-Network Fusion
 

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Improving System-wide Detection Performance for
Sonar Buoy Networks using In-Network Fusion
Anshu Saksena, Lotfi Benmohamed, Jeffrey Dunne, Dennis Lucarelli, I-Jeng Wang
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Laurel, Maryland, USA
ABSTRACT
The problem of optimized distributed detection in a system
of networked sensors involves a number of design aspects,
including balancing probabilities of missed detection and
false alarm as well as managing the communication
resources through proper in-network information fusion.
Moreover, a number of tradeoffs must be exercised, such
as the one between the computational requirements for
information fusion and sensor control and the
communication requirements for information exchange.
Therefore, overall system design decisions are best made
by jointly considering the impact of design aspects and
tradeoffs on the overall system performance. This paper
addresses in-network fusion and associated networking

  

Source: Amir, Yair - Department of Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences