Publication detail

Multilateration and Flip Ambiguity Mitigation in Ad-hoc Networks

MORÁVEK, P. KOMOSNÝ, D. ŠIMEK, M.

Original Title

Multilateration and Flip Ambiguity Mitigation in Ad-hoc Networks

English Title

Multilateration and Flip Ambiguity Mitigation in Ad-hoc Networks

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

Our work is focused on the mitigation of distance estimation errors caused by a phenomenon called flip ambiguity. Unlike other works in the field focusing on the trilateration, we focus on the multilateration approach as well. We propose an enhanced multilateration algorithm mitigating the flip ambiguity and show its benefits (higher accuracy) by comparing it with both the traditional multilateration and trilateration algorithms in a simulated scenario.

English abstract

Our work is focused on the mitigation of distance estimation errors caused by a phenomenon called flip ambiguity. Unlike other works in the field focusing on the trilateration, we focus on the multilateration approach as well. We propose an enhanced multilateration algorithm mitigating the flip ambiguity and show its benefits (higher accuracy) by comparing it with both the traditional multilateration and trilateration algorithms in a simulated scenario.

Keywords

Distance, Flip ambiguity, Localization, Multilateration, Wireless Sensor Network

RIV year

2012

Released

15.05.2012

ISBN

0033-2097

Periodical

Przeglad Elektrotechniczny

Year of study

2012

Number

05b

State

PL

Pages from

91

Pages to

98

Pages count

9

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT76243,
  author="Patrik {Morávek} and Dan {Komosný} and Milan {Šimek}",
  title="Multilateration and Flip Ambiguity Mitigation in Ad-hoc Networks",
  annote="Our work is focused on the mitigation of distance estimation errors caused by a phenomenon called flip ambiguity.
Unlike other works in the field focusing on the trilateration, we focus on the multilateration approach as well. We propose an enhanced multilateration
algorithm mitigating the flip ambiguity and show its benefits (higher accuracy) by comparing it with both the traditional multilateration and trilateration
algorithms in a simulated scenario.",
  chapter="76243",
  number="05b",
  volume="2012",
  year="2012",
  month="may",
  pages="91--98",
  type="journal article - other"
}