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Lattices of sensors reconsidered when less information is preferred

06/01/2021
by   Yulin Zhang, et al.
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To treat sensing limitations (with uncertainty in both conflation of information and noise) we model sensors as covers. This leads to a semilattice organization of abstract sensors that is appropriate even when additional information is problematic (e.g., for tasks involving privacy considerations).

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