Wook Rak Jung

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Enhanced-positioning systems are able to support the acquisition of accurate location information using wireless technology other than the Global Positioning System (GPS). These systems have the potential to supplement GPS where GPS is unreliable. In particular, enhanced-positioning systems can provide location information for navigational support and(More)
Much effort has been expended to develop and improve indoor positioning. Many wireless sensor technologies have been used for indoor positioning systems; however WiFi has been the most widely employed sensor system as an alternative to Global Positioning System (GPS). Many commercial indoor positioning services such as those developed for and available on(More)
Ubiquitous positioning requires services that are supplemental to the existing Global Positioning System (GPS). For spaces where GPS does not work (indoors, canyons, etc.) augmented or enhanced positioning systems are necessary. For such systems to function appropriately users must have a GPS-like experience. In essence, users of supplementary positioning(More)
Location Based Services (LBS), which are supported by ubiquitous location finding and positioning information, have become increasingly popular. These services are integrated with various wireless technologies (i.e. cellular, WiFi, and Bluetooth) on mobile devices that establish necessary location information. While each of these technologies contributes to(More)
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