Foundations and Trends in Localization Technologies—Part II
Volume 106, Issue 7 | July 2018
Special Issue Papers
By M. Z. Win, R. M. Buehrer, G. Chrisikos, A. Conti, and H. V. Poor
By M. Z. Win, Y. Shen, and W. Dai
This paper provides a theoretical foundation for the design of localization and navigation networks, paving the way to a new level of performance via spatiotemporal cooperation.
By R. Niu, A. Vempaty, and P. K. Varshney
This paper presents an overview of recent developments in received-signalstrength-based localization for wireless sensor networks, with an emphasis on minimizing the communication overheads.
By S. Aditya, A. F. Molisch, and H. M. Behairy
This paper overviews the state-of-the-art techniques that address the effects of multipath on localization accuracy in complex environments.
By S. Safavi, U. A. Khan, S. Kar, and J. M. F. Moura
This paper presents a cooperative linear distributed iterative solution for localization in a 5G-enabled IoT environment where many low-power mobile agents do not have direct access to anchors.
By M. Z. Win, W. Dai, Y. Shen, G. Chrisikos, and H. V. Poor
This paper provides network operation strategies, including node prioritization, node activation, and node deployment to improve the localization performance and prolong the network lifetime.