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One major bottleneck in the practical implementation of received signal strength (RSS) based indoor localization systems is the extensive deployment efforts required to construct the radio maps through fingerprinting. In this paper, we aim to design an indoor localization scheme that can be directly employed without building a full fingerprinted radio map(More)
The Received Signal Strength (RSS) based fingerprinting approaches for indoor localization pose a need for updating the fingerprint databases due to dynamic nature of the indoor environment. This process is hectic and time-consuming when the size of the indoor area is large. The semi-supervised approaches reduce this workload and achieve good accuracy(More)
The main limitation of deploying/updating Received Signal Strength (RSS) based indoor localization is the construction of fingerprinted radio map, which is quite a hectic and time-consuming process especially when the indoor area is enormous and/or dynamic. Different approaches have been undertaken to reduce such deployment/update efforts, but the(More)
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