Diagnosing Large-Scale Wireless Sensor Network Behavior Using Grey Relational Difference Information Space
Grey relational difference information space (GRDIS) theory is an effective tool for wireless sensor network diagnosis and situation prediction on poor-information network systems. This paper discusses the application of GRDIS in poor-information systems in which there is a few or incomplete sampled wireless sensor network data, or sample data updates quickly, or whole sample data is very complex, but in some space or time region, sample data obey regularity. Some experiments have been presented.
KeywordsGRIDS Wireless Sensor Network Behavior Diagnosis
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