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Optimal Deployment of Sensor Nodes based on Performance Surface of Acoustic Detection
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 Title & Authors
Optimal Deployment of Sensor Nodes based on Performance Surface of Acoustic Detection
Kim, Sunhyo; Kim, Woojoong; Choi, Jee Woong; Yoon, Young Joong; Park, Joungsoo;
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 Abstract
The goal of this study is to develop an algorithm to propose optimal deployment of detection sensor nodes in the target area, based on a performance surface, which represents detection performance of active and passive acoustic sonar systems. The performance surface of the active detection system is calculated from the azimuthal average of maximum detection ranges, which is estimated with a transmission loss and a reverberation level predicted using ray-based theories. The performance surface of the passive system is calculated using the transmission loss model based on a parabolic equation. The optimization of deployment configurations is then performed by a hybrid method of a virtual force algorithm and a particle swarm optimization. Finally, the effectiveness of deployment configurations is analyzed and discussed with the simulation results obtained using the algorithm proposed in this paper.
 Keywords
Active Signal Excess;Passive Signal Excess;Optimal Deployment;Performance Surface;
 Language
Korean
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