A1 - Uciński, Dariusz
A2 - Emirsajłow, Zbigniew - recenzent
A2 - Mitkowski, Wojciech - recenzent
A2 - Królikowski, Andrzej - recenzent
PB - Zielona Góra: Technical University Press
N2 - This book is organized as follows. In Chapter 1 a brief summary of concrete applications involving the sensor location problem is given. Some of these examples are used throughout the monograph to motivate and illustrate the demonstrated developments. A concise general review of the existing literature and a classication of methods for optimal sensor location are presented
N2 - Chapter 2 provides a detailed exposition of the measurement problem to be discussed in the remainder of the book and expounds the main complications which make this problem difficult. In Chapter 3 our main results for stationary sensors are stated and proved. Their extensions to the case of moving internal observations are reported in Chapter 4.
N2 - A more realistic situation with non-negligible dynamics of the vehicles conveying the sensors and various restrictions imposed on their motions is also studied therein and the whole problem is then formulated as a state-constrained optimal-control problem.
N2 - Chapter 5 establishes some methods to overcome the difficulties related to the dependence of the optimal solutions on the parameters to be identied. Finally some concluding remarks are made in Chapter 6.
KW - analiza numeryczna
KW - optymalizacja
KW - czujniki
KW - pomiary
KW - równanie różniczkowe
T1 - Measurement Optimization for Parameter Estimation in Distributed Systems