Database Correlation using Bayes Filter for Mobile Terminal Localization in GSM Suburban Environments

  title={Database Correlation using Bayes Filter for Mobile Terminal Localization in GSM Suburban Environments},
  author={Mohamed Khalaf-Allah and Kyandoghere Kyamakya},
  journal={2006 IEEE 63rd Vehicular Technology Conference},
In this paper we present a database correlation method combined with Bayes filtering as a pattern matching technique for mobile terminal localization in GSM suburban environments. A 3D deterministic radio wave propagation prediction model is used for the database construction. Bayes filter provide a robust technique to deal with multi-hypotheses situations usually occur in cellular localization when the location dependent parameter considered is the radio power level. Furthermore, three methods… CONTINUE READING
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