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CH003 15 February 2011; 19:30:48 34 Adaptive sampling with mobile WSN Field parameter dynamics: Akþ1 ¼ Ak þ mðAk , U 2k Þ þ ak ð3:9Þ where Ak is a vector of unknown coefficients describing the field with noise covariance matrix E½ak ak T ¼ Q2k and U2k is the uncontrollable (but measurable) ‘field evolution vector’. This parameter is a slow-varying correction factor in the field parameters, assuming that infrequent, low-resolution measurements of the entire field are available. Robot position output measurement: Y ki ¼ f ðX ki Þ þ xki ð3:10Þ where the output noise covariance is E½xki ðxki ÞT ¼ Ri1k .
But there are several strategies for placing the centre locations before learning of other parameters begins. One such strategy is the random centre placement, which is considered a reasonable initialization method for some of the advanced learning schemes . A straightforward improvement of random selection of centres is the application of clustering CH003 15 February 2011; 19:30:48 28 Adaptive sampling with mobile WSN techniques discussed in the previous section. The greatest advantage of using this approach is that the centres are selected according to the training data distribution in input space.
During the classification phase, measurements are collected in the assumed ambient flow, and an empirical distribution is formed. This distribution represents the measurements taken outside the process. As new measurements are taken, updated empirical distributions are computed and compared to the assumed ambient distribution using the minimum description length (MDL) test. This test utilizes the Kullback–Leibler divergence, which does not require any explicit defined process model. It characterizes the boundary of a closed divergence, also known as relative entropy, to determine whether two distributions are different in a statistically significant manner.