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Fig. 3 | EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing

Fig. 3

From: Localization of ambiguously identifiable wireless agents: complexity analysis and efficient algorithms

Fig. 3

Illustration of the notation used in this paper and the effects of TAs. Consider an agent i, which is assumed to use ID \(I_{\mathcal {R}}\) (red) and two nearby agents (which use ID \(I_{\mathcal {B}}\) (blue)), one of which is within the communication range (denoted by R) of i. The actual distances between the pairs of agents and the RVs that describe the possible measurements of these distances are illustrated. For the two cases, the table on the right-hand side clarifies both the notation and the fact that no distance measurement is made between i and k. Here, \(m {\dot {\sim }} d\) is used to denote that the measurement m is a single realization, i.e., sample, of the distribution d

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