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This thesis delves into the detection and localization aspects of distributed Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). Specifically, the research concentrates on WSNs in which sensors autonomously carry out detection tasks and transmit their decisions to a fusion center (FC). The FC’s role is to make a comprehensive decision about the presence of a specific event of interest and estimate its potential location. Given its broad significance, the thesis specializes in applying WSNs for industrial monitoring, particularly in the process and energy industry. Three distinct approaches are explored in this thesis: (i) per-sample/batch detection, (ii) quickest detection, and (iii) sequential detection. Each framework proposes a set of detection and associated localization rules. A primary objective of this ... toggle 9 keywords

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Gianluca Tabella
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
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May 3, 2024

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