Seminar Ew Bai Feb 2014

"Some recent results on target localization and tracking, and sensor placement"

by Prof. Er-Wei Bai

Location:
Ashby Conference Room, Ashby 7.005
Date &Time:
Friday 21/02/2014, at 11:30pm

Abstract:

This talk will present some of our recent results on target localization and tracking. It focuses on (1) robustifying triangulation method by a nonlinear optimization that is shown to have one and only one minimum, (2) tracking by binary sensors without a high density distribution or overlapping of sensing ranges and (3) dealing with unknown signal propagation models.

Bio-sketch of the speaker:

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Prof. Er-Wei Bai received his PhD from the University of California at Berkeley in Electrical Engineering in 1987. He is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Radiology at the University of Iowa where he teaches and conducts research in identification, control, signal processing and their applications in engineering and life science. He is also a Professor (in System Identification), at the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Queen’s University, Belfast, UK.
Prof. Bai is an IEEE Fellow and a recipient of the President's Award for Teaching Excellence and the Board of Regents Award for Faculty Excellence.

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