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The Cricket location-support system
This paper presents the design, implementation, and evaluation of Cricket, a location-support system for in-building, mobile, location-dependent applications. It allows applications running on mobileExpand
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The Cricket indoor location system
Indoor environments present opportunities for a rich set of location-aware applications such as navigation tools for humans and robots, interactive virtual games, resource discovery, asset tracking,Expand
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Surviving wi-fi interference in low power ZigBee networks
Frequency overlap across wireless networks with different radio technologies can cause severe interference and reduce communication reliability. The circumstances are particularly unfavorable forExpand
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The cricket compass for context-aware mobile applications
The ability to determine the orientation of a device is of fundamental importance in context aware and location-dependent mobile computing. By analogy to a traditional compass, knowledge ofExpand
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Tiny web services: design and implementation of interoperable and evolvable sensor networks
We present a web service based approach to enable an evolutionary sensornet system where additional sensor nodes may be added after the initial deployment. The functionality and data provided by theExpand
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Tracking moving devices with the cricket location system
We study the problem of tracking a moving device under two indoor location architectures: an active mobile architecture and a passive mobile architecture. In the former, the infrastructure hasExpand
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FM-based indoor localization
The major challenge for accurate fingerprint-based indoor localization is the design of robust and discriminative wireless signatures. Even though WiFi RSSI signatures are widely available indoors,Expand
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Mobile-assisted localization in wireless sensor networks
The localization problem is to determine an assignment of coordinates to nodes in a wireless ad-hoc or sensor network that is consistent with measured pairwise node distances. Most previouslyExpand
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SpeakerSense: Energy Efficient Unobtrusive Speaker Identification on Mobile Phones
Automatically identifying the person you are talking with using continuous audio sensing has the potential to enable many pervasive computing applications from memory assistance to annotating lifeExpand
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Single-Path NAS: Designing Hardware-Efficient ConvNets in less than 4 Hours
Can we automatically design a Convolutional Network (ConvNet) with the highest image classification accuracy under the runtime constraint of a mobile device? Neural architecture search (NAS) hasExpand
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