D. Turgut and L. Bölöni

IVE: improving the value of information in energy-constrained intruder tracking sensor networks


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D. Turgut and L. Bölöni. IVE: improving the value of information in energy-constrained intruder tracking sensor networks. In Proceedings of IEEE ICC'13, pp. 6360–6364, June 2013. Best Paper Award.

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Abstract:

This paper proposes a reporting decision protocol called IVE (for Information Value - Energy tradeoff), where individual nodes of an intruder tracking sensor network make decisions about the transmission of information chunks. Instead of trying to achieve raw data metrics (such as total transmitted data) the protocol aims to optimize the value of information (VoI) maintained by the customer. For this the nodes will need to perform inferencesf about the behavior of other nodes and the customer, such that the nodes do not need to send information which the customer already received from other sources or information which it can guess based on previous data. A simulation study compares the performance of the IVE protocol with the current state of the art of on-demand periodic reporting.

BibTeX:

@inproceedings{Turgut-2013-ICC,
   author = "D. Turgut and L. B{\"o}l{\"o}ni",
   title = "IVE: improving the value of information in energy-constrained intruder tracking sensor networks",
   booktitle = "Proceedings of IEEE ICC'13",
   pages = "6360-6364",
   month = "June",
   year = "2013",
   note = "<b> Best Paper Award. </b>",
   abstract = {
   This paper proposes a reporting decision protocol called IVE (for
   Information Value - Energy tradeoff), where individual nodes of an
   intruder tracking sensor network make decisions about the
   transmission of information chunks. Instead of trying to achieve raw
   data metrics (such as total transmitted data) the protocol aims to
   optimize the value of information (VoI) maintained by the customer.
   For this the nodes will need to perform inferencesf about the
   behavior of other nodes and the customer, such that the nodes do not
   need to send information which the customer already received from
   other sources or information which it can guess based on previous
   data.
   A simulation study compares the performance of the IVE protocol with
   the current state of the art of on-demand periodic reporting.
   },
}

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