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he problems of localization target and estimation in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have received considerable attention recently, driven by the need to achieve high localization accuracy, with the minimum cost possible. A large range of proposed approaches regarding the localization area have emerged, however most of them suffer from either requiring an extra sensor, high power consumption, or offer high localization error.