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Improving the Accuracy and Reliability of Wireless Location Systems: A Case Study

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1 Author(s)
Russell Beale ; Adv. Interaction Group, Univ. of Birmingham, Birmingham

Wireless location is of increasing importance in context-aware systems. We have developed a wireless location positioning system that can use multiple algorithms for providing estimates of device location, and we present a case study of the system in use with a building. We show that combining two algorithms allows us to provide improved accuracy over one algorithm alone, and draw some general purpose conclusions regarding location determination in real-world environments.

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Artificial Intelligence, 2008. MICAI '08. Seventh Mexican International Conference on

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27-31 Oct. 2008