The Cooperative Sensor Node Selection Based on Discrimination
WANG Hang-yu, WANG Hui-hua(Dept. of Weaponry Eng., Naval Univ. of Engineering, Wuhan 430033, China)
To balance tracking performance and system resources, the means for information shared is described. It's in favor for cooperative engagement. This means reduces the number of information source nodes via getting sub-setting with the best measurement, then the communication load decrease. In this way, more communication bandwidth is saved and the target tracking performance is keeped, the system will not be excess loaded for the target or sensor increasing, the forming of single battlespace picture is guaranteed.