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Performance Comparison of Localization Techniques Based on Network Evaluation Parameters

Mody University International Journal of Computing and Engineering Research

Volume 3 Issue 2

Published: 2019
Author(s) Name: Ajay Kumar and V. K. Jain | Author(s) Affiliation: Dept. of Comp. Science & Engg, SET, Mody Univ. of Science and Tech., Rajasthan, India.
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Wireless sensor network [1] is a spatially distributed and committed community of sensors for gathering information and transmitting it to a centralized location. The efficiency of wireless sensor networks depends on how accurately one can estimate a sensors location. Nowadays, sensor nodes are used in almost every field such as military applications, agriculture, traffic monitoring and so on. Internet of Things (IoT) [2] alludes to the tight association between the physical world and the computerized world (Atzori et al., 2010, Sterling, 2005, Internet Reports, 2005). The sensor nodes are intelligent enough to conduct the computation work to reduce the work on the sink side. Deployed for any specific application, the smart entities capable of sensing, storing, and interacting are called the Internet of Things [2]. A localization [3] algorithm localizes mobile nodes based on input data. If there is any anchor device available in the network, the most common parameters are the position of anchors. By and large, the yield of localization calculation for anchor-based systems is absolute coordinates and for range, free strategies are relative coordinates. The selection of localization process can be based upon the various network evaluation parameters such as network.

Keywords: Anchor, Internet of Things (IoT), Localization, Wireless sensor networks.

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