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Object tracking through RSSI measurements in wireless sensor networks

Object tracking through RSSI measurements in wireless sensor networks

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The localisation of moving and transceiver-free objects is addressed by processing the Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) available at the nodes of a wireless sensor network. Starting from the RSSI measurements, the probability of the presence of unknown mobile objects is determined by means of a customised classification approach based on a support vector machine. Experimental results assess the feasibility of the proposed approach.


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