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Fig. 2

From: Backtracking-based dynamic programming for resolving transmit ambiguities in WSN localization

Fig. 2

Illustration of the notation and the effects of the transmit ambiguities. Considered here are an agent i, which is assumed to use ID \(I_{\mathcal {R}}\) (red), and two surrounding agents (using ID \(I_{\mathcal {B}}\) (blue)), of which one is within the communication range of i. Also illustrated are the actual distances between i and the other two agents and the RVs that describe potential measurements of those distances. For both cases, the table given on the right-hand side clarifies the notation and the fact that no measurement of the distance between i and k has been made. Here, \(m\dot {\sim } d\) is used to denote that measurement m is a single realization, i.e., a sample, of the distribution d

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