An Intelligent Prediction System for Mobile Source Localization Using Time Delay Measurements

08/12/2020 ∙ by Hengnian Qi, et al. ∙ 0

In this paper, we introduce an intelligent prediction system for mobile source localization in industrial Internet of things. The position and velocity of mobile source are jointly predicted by using Time Delay (TD) measurements in the intelligent system. To predict the position and velocity, the Relaxed Semi-Definite Programming (RSDP) algorithm is firstly designed by dropping the rank-one constraint. However, dropping the rank-one constraint leads to produce a suboptimal solution. To improve the performance, we further put forward a Penalty Function Semi-Definite Programming (PF-SDP) method to obtain the rank-one solution of the optimization problem by introducing the penalty terms. Then an Adaptive Penalty Function Semi-Definite Programming (APF-SDP) algorithm is also proposed to avoid the excessive penalty by adaptively choosing the penalty coefficient. We conduct experiments in both a simulation environment and a real system to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed method. The results have demonstrated that the proposed intelligent APF-SDP algorithm outperforms the PF-SDP in terms of the position and velocity estimation whether the noise level is large or not.



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