What are the different types of localization techniques used in WSN?
Localization schemes are classified as anchor based or anchor free, centralized or distributed, GPS based or GPS free, fine grained or coarse grained, stationary or mobile sensor nodes, and range based or range free. We will briefly discuss all of these methods.
What is object localization technique?
Object localization is a method used to locate the position of tooth or foreign object present inside the jaws. It is a small review on various techniques used in object localization and its use in dentistry.
What are the different categories of localization?
The Major Types
|Website Localization||Software Localization|
|Broadcast Commercial Localization||Marketing Content Localization|
|Advertising Localization||Multilingual Localization|
|Language Localization||Indian To Foreign Localization|
|Industry Localization||Document Localization|
What sensors could be used for localization?
Types of sensors Exteroceptive sensors discern the external world; these include camera, laser and lidar, radar, sonar, infrared, touch sensors such as whiskers or bump sensors, GPS and proximity sensors.
What is Cone shift technique?
The cone-image shift technique separates and identifies the facial and lingual structures. An example is the mesiobuccal root of a maxillary molar that contains two superimposed canals. The cone shift separates and permits visualization of both canals.
What is tube shift technique?
An intraoral technique for object localization is the tube-shift method. It goes by different terms, including Clark’s rule, the buccal object rule and the same-lingual, opposite-buccal (SLOB) rule. The principle of this method requires exposing two different angulated intraoral x-ray images of one area.