Finite Energy Coverage Control with Limited Range Anisotropic Sensor for Mobile Sensor Networks (Preliminary Study)
I prefer to say that my research interest is more on the optimization of many variable considered in a scope of research and develop the algorithm or strategy to control the optimization. At least, this type of research mostly I’ve done until now.
Finite Energy Coverage Control with Limited Range Anisotropic Sensor for Mobile Sensor Networks is my research title conducted during (part of) my research experience study at Tokyo Institute Technology, Tokyo (2009-2010). This research was presented in Tokyo, in the middle of 2010. I was part of Fujita Laboratory member. It is well known that Prof. Masayuki Fujita and his lab team have published many papers in very competitive conference of Control System research group in the world such CDC (Conference of Decision and Control), ACC (American Control Conference) or ECC (European Control Conference).
It was a great experience being part of this lab. However, with limited knowledge I had, I ended up with my first (I guess) research and has been written in very simple paper. This research is related to mobile sensor network. In this email, I write the abstract down and upload the paper. This paper is also a preliminary study for other paper titled Finite Energy Coverage Control with Limited Range Anisotropic Sensor for Mobile Sensor Networks.
This paper presents the coverage control with mobile anisotropic sensor networks. Energy cost of each mobile sensor is considered. Moreover, it is assumed that each agent is equipped with omni-directional communication capability. A distributed control algorithm based on gradient descent is also proposed to bring robots to the region of interest. Simulations illustrate the result.
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