The problem of position determination of signal transmitting device in 3D road

International Journal of Mathematics and Systems Science

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Title The problem of position determination of signal transmitting device in 3D road
Creator Le, Chengdong
Xu, Liangchen
He, Shiqing
Description With the development of social economy, the current urban traffic problem is more prominent. In order to solve this problem very well, the idea of establishing intelligent traffic management came into being. The establishment of intelligent traffic management, cannot do without the signal launch and reception. Therefore, how to set up some wireless signal transmitting device in time to travel on the road motor vehicles to send traffic information and how to achieve full coverage of the signal and signal stability is our article to discuss the issue. For the first question, we must separate the motorway and non-motorway from all roads. Motorway lanes are usually straight and long. While the bends are usually just sidewalks or bike lanes (non-motorized lanes). So the 121 road can be clustered analysis, clustering of the two indicators for each road length (the distance between the adjacent points) and the collection point of density (by drawing, you can observe the more curved the denser the road collection point, so the road curvature into the collection point of the intensity), the result of clustering can get 48 motor lanes. And then through regress function regression and data fitting to achieve an approximate description of each type of motor vehicle description model, so that each road in a given latitude (latitude) coordinates to determine the latitude (longitude) coordinates and the corresponding altitude. For the problem of two, according to the meaning of the road to know the signal strength is only related to the distance between the sampling point and the launch device, so you can 'the motor vehicle between the signal reception is relatively close to' this indicator into ' The average of the distance between all the sampling points and the transmitting device is close to '. By reading the data will be latitude and longitude conversion distance length, so that the maximum value as small as possible. The position of the launcher can be obtained by programming by MATLAB. When considering the altitude, only the position of the transmitting device can be changed. (9.7824,56.7720), and the position coordinates when considering the altitude are D (9.7459, 56.7586, 73.5645), and the position coordinate of the signal device is B (9.7824, 56.7720). For question three, note the effect of the original signal device A on the result. We still use the average of the distance between all the sampling points of the road and the launcher to characterize the stability of the signal reception. The average distance of all non-motorized trains to the original signal device A is first determined, and then the average distance of all non-motorized lanes from the new signal device B is set, and the signal acceptance strength of the non-motorized lane can be used to characterize. And then use the same method in question two to determine the location of the new signal transmitter. Finally, the coordinates of the position of the new signal device are E (9.7459,56.7586,73.5645).
Publisher EnPress Publisher LLC
Contributor Department of Mathematics, Langfang Jiaotong University, Hebei, China
Date 2018-02-07
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source International Journal of Mathematics and Systems Science; Vol 1, No 1 (published)
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2018 International Journal of Mathematics and Systems Science

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