In the past three decades, networked multisensor/multisource information fusion techniques have attracted more and more attention in practice, where observations are processed in a distributed manner and decisions/estimates are made at the individual processors. Processed data (local decisions/compressed observations or local estimates) are then transmitted to their father nodes or a root node/fusion center where further processing or final global decision/estimates are made. A system with multiple distributed sensors has many advantages ...

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