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Sensor Networks for the Sake of Security - NOW FRIDAY 23rd JULY

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The presentation will first present a general framework applicable for fusion applicable to various sensor networks applications. Generic sensor models are summarized for different levels of network synchronization, including validation results for radio, acoustic, seismic and magnetic wave propagation. Fusion algorithms for localization (position estimation) and tracking (filtering) are discussed. Various security related applications on real data are used as illustrations, including tracking in Wimax networks, sniper localization and acoustic/seismic vehicle tracking.

This talk is part of the Signal Processing and Communications Lab Seminars series.

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