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We study the problem of controlling multiple 2-D directional sensors while maximizing an objective function based on the information gain corresponding to multiple target locations. We assume a joint prior

We study the problem of controlling multiple 2-D directional sensors while maximizing an objective function based on the information gain corresponding to multiple target locations. We assume a joint prior Gaussian distribution for the target locations. A sensor generates a (noisy) measurement of a target only if the target lies within the field-of-view of the sensor, where the statistical properties of the measurement error depend on the location of the target with respect to the sensor and direction of the sensor.

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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1109/JSEN.2014.2343019
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    Ragi, Shankarachary, Mittelmann, Hans D., & Chong, Edwin K. P. (2015). Directional Sensor Control: Heuristic Approaches. IEEE SENSORS JOURNAL, 15(1), 374-381. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/JSEN.2014.2343019

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