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Author Yan, Jing, author

Title Localization in underwater sensor networks / Jing Yan, Haiyan Zhao, Yuan Meng, Xinping Guan
Published Singapore : Springer, [2021]


Description 1 online resource (xvii, 220 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series Wireless networks, 2366-1445
Wireless networks (Springer (Firm)) 2366-1445
Contents Introduction -- Asynchronous localization of underwater sensor networks with mobility prediction -- Async-localization of USNs with consensus-based unscented Kalman filtering -- Reinforcement learning-based asynchronous localization of USNs -- Privacy preserving asynchronous localization of USNs -- Privacy-preserving asynchronous localization with attack detection and ray compensation -- Deep reinforcement learning based privacy preserving localization of USNs -- Future research directions
Summary Ocean covers 70.8% of the Earths surface, and it plays an important role in supporting all life on Earth. Nonetheless, more than 80% of the oceans volume remains unmapped, unobserved and unexplored. In this regard, Underwater Sensor Networks (USNs), which offer ubiquitous computation, efficient communication and reliable control, are emerging as a promising solution to understand and explore the ocean. In order to support the application of USNs, accurate position information from sensor nodes is required to correctly analyze and interpret the data sampled. However, the openness and weak communication characteristics of USNs make underwater localization much more challenging in comparison to terrestrial sensor networks. In this book, we focus on the localization problem in USNs, taking into account the unique characteristics of the underwater environment. This problem is of considerable importance, since fundamental guidance on the design and analysis of USN localization is very limited at present. To this end, we first introduce the network architecture of USNs and briefly review previous approaches to the localization of USNs. Then, the asynchronous clock, node mobility, stratification effect, privacy preserving and attack detection are considered respectively and corresponding localization schemes are developed. Lastly, the books rich implications provide guidance on the design of future USN localization schemes. The results in this book reveal from a system perspective that underwater localization accuracy is closely related to the communication protocol and optimization estimator. Researchers, scientists and engineers in the field of USNs can benefit greatly from this book, which provides a wealth of information, useful methods and practical algorithms to help understand and explore the ocean
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed November 5, 2021)
Subject Wireless sensor networks.
Signals and signaling, Submarine.
Signals and signaling, Submarine.
Wireless sensor networks.
Form Electronic book
Author Zhao, Haiyan, author
Meng, Yuan, author
Guan, Xinping, author
ISBN 9789811648311