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Enhancing Received Signal Strength-Based Localization through Coverage Hole Detection and Recovery

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Enhancing Received Signal Strength-Based Localization through Coverage Hole Detection and Recovery. / Zhai, Shuangjiao; Tang, Zhanyong; Wang, Dajin; Li, Qingpei; Li, Zhanglei; Chen, Xiaojiang; Fang, Dingyi; Chen, Feng ; Wang, Zheng.

In: Sensors, Vol. 18, No. 7, 2075, 2018.

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Zhai, S, Tang, Z, Wang, D, Li, Q, Li, Z, Chen, X, Fang, D, Chen, F & Wang, Z 2018, 'Enhancing Received Signal Strength-Based Localization through Coverage Hole Detection and Recovery', Sensors, vol. 18, no. 7, 2075. https://doi.org/10.3390/s18072075

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Zhai, S., Tang, Z., Wang, D., Li, Q., Li, Z., Chen, X., Fang, D., Chen, F., & Wang, Z. (2018). Enhancing Received Signal Strength-Based Localization through Coverage Hole Detection and Recovery. Sensors, 18(7), [2075]. https://doi.org/10.3390/s18072075

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Zhai, Shuangjiao ; Tang, Zhanyong ; Wang, Dajin ; Li, Qingpei ; Li, Zhanglei ; Chen, Xiaojiang ; Fang, Dingyi ; Chen, Feng ; Wang, Zheng. / Enhancing Received Signal Strength-Based Localization through Coverage Hole Detection and Recovery. In: Sensors. 2018 ; Vol. 18, No. 7.

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title = "Enhancing Received Signal Strength-Based Localization through Coverage Hole Detection and Recovery",
abstract = "In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), Radio Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI)-basedlocalization techniques have been widely used in various applications, such as intrusion detection, battlefield surveillance, and animal monitoring. One fundamental performance measure in those applications is the sensing coverage of WSNs. Insufficient coverage will significantly reduce the effectiveness of the applications. However, most existing studies on coverage assume that thesensing range of a sensor node is a disk, and the disk coverage model is too simplistic for many localization techniques. Moreover, there are some localization techniques of WSNs whose coverage model is non-disk, such as RSSI-based localization techniques. In this paper, we focus on detecting and recovering coverage holes of WSNs to enhance RSSI-based localization techniques whose coverage model is an ellipse. We propose an algorithm inspired by Voronoi tessellation and Delaunay triangulation to detect and recover coverage holes. Simulation results show that our algorithm can recover all holes and can reach any set coverage rate, up to 100% coverage.",
keywords = "wireless sensor networks, RSSI-based localization, coverage holes, Voronoi tessellation, Delaunay triangulation",
author = "Shuangjiao Zhai and Zhanyong Tang and Dajin Wang and Qingpei Li and Zhanglei Li and Xiaojiang Chen and Dingyi Fang and Feng Chen and Zheng Wang",
year = "2018",
doi = "10.3390/s18072075",
language = "English",
volume = "18",
journal = "Sensors",
issn = "1424-8220",
publisher = "Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)",
number = "7",

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AU - Zhai, Shuangjiao

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AU - Chen, Xiaojiang

AU - Fang, Dingyi

AU - Chen, Feng

AU - Wang, Zheng

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N2 - In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), Radio Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI)-basedlocalization techniques have been widely used in various applications, such as intrusion detection, battlefield surveillance, and animal monitoring. One fundamental performance measure in those applications is the sensing coverage of WSNs. Insufficient coverage will significantly reduce the effectiveness of the applications. However, most existing studies on coverage assume that thesensing range of a sensor node is a disk, and the disk coverage model is too simplistic for many localization techniques. Moreover, there are some localization techniques of WSNs whose coverage model is non-disk, such as RSSI-based localization techniques. In this paper, we focus on detecting and recovering coverage holes of WSNs to enhance RSSI-based localization techniques whose coverage model is an ellipse. We propose an algorithm inspired by Voronoi tessellation and Delaunay triangulation to detect and recover coverage holes. Simulation results show that our algorithm can recover all holes and can reach any set coverage rate, up to 100% coverage.

AB - In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), Radio Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI)-basedlocalization techniques have been widely used in various applications, such as intrusion detection, battlefield surveillance, and animal monitoring. One fundamental performance measure in those applications is the sensing coverage of WSNs. Insufficient coverage will significantly reduce the effectiveness of the applications. However, most existing studies on coverage assume that thesensing range of a sensor node is a disk, and the disk coverage model is too simplistic for many localization techniques. Moreover, there are some localization techniques of WSNs whose coverage model is non-disk, such as RSSI-based localization techniques. In this paper, we focus on detecting and recovering coverage holes of WSNs to enhance RSSI-based localization techniques whose coverage model is an ellipse. We propose an algorithm inspired by Voronoi tessellation and Delaunay triangulation to detect and recover coverage holes. Simulation results show that our algorithm can recover all holes and can reach any set coverage rate, up to 100% coverage.

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