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A mobile wireless sensor network may be deployed to detect and track a large-scale physical phenomenon such as a pollutant spill in a lake. It may be called upon to provide a description of a contour characterized by an isoline of a specific concentration value. In this paper, the authors examine the problem of tracing a contour of a particular concentration within a bounded region of varying pollutant concentration using a network of mobile sensors. Since controlled movement of sensors within a given region is known to improve the overall quality of measurements by reducing sensing uncertainty, they explore various ways of guiding a set of mobile sensors optimally so as to surround and trace the contour.
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