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Time: 2022-5-23 10:30
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  1. [TMC 2022] Measurement Errors in Range-Based Localization Algorithms for UAVs: Analysis and Experimentation, Luwei
    Abstract: Localizing ground devices (GDs) is an important requirement for a wide variety of applications, such as infrastructure monitoring, precision agriculture, search and rescue operations, to name a few. To this end, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones offer a promising technology due to their flexibility. However, the distance measurements performed using a drone, an integral part of a localization procedure, incur several errors that affect the localization accuracy. In this paper, we provide analytical expressions for the impact of different kinds of measurement errors on the ground distance between the UAV and GDs. We review three range-based and three range-free localization algorithms, identify their source of errors, and analytically derive the error bounds resulting from aggregating multiple inaccurate measurements. We then extend the range-free algorithms for improved accuracy. We validate our theoretical analysis and compare the observed localization error of the algorithms after collecting data from a testbed using ten GDs and one drone, equipped with ultra wide band (UWB) antennas and operating in an open field. Results show that our analysis closely matches with experimental localization errors. Moreover, compared to their original counterparts, the extended range-free algorithms significantly improve the accuracy.
  2. [INFOCOM 2021] AMIS:EdgeComputingBasedAdaptiveMobileVideoStreaming, Silence
    Abstract: This work proposes AMIS, an edge computing-based adaptive video streaming system. AMIS explores the power of edge computing in three aspects. First, with video contents pre-cached in the local buffer, AMIS is content-aware which adapts the video playout strategy based on the scene features of video contents and quality of experience (QoE) of users. Second, AMIS is channel-aware which measures the channel conditions in real-time and estimates the wireless bandwidth. Third, by integrating the content features and channel estimation, AMIS applies the deep reinforcement learning model to optimize the playout strategy towards the best QoE. Therefore, AMIS is an intelligent content- and channel-aware scheme which fully explores the intelligence of edge computing and adapts to general environments and QoE requirements. Using trace-driven simulations, we show that AMIS can succeed in improving the average QoE by 14%-46% as compared to the state-of-the-art adaptive bitrate algorithms.




  • [Topic] [ The path planning algorithm for multiple mobile edge servers in EdgeGO], Rong Cong, 2020-11-18






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