Device-independent Quantum Fingerprinting for Large Scale Localization

@article{Shokry2022DeviceindependentQF,
  title={Device-independent Quantum Fingerprinting for Large Scale Localization},
  author={Ahmed Shokry and Maged A. Youssef},
  journal={2022 20th Mediterranean Communication and Computer Networking Conference (MedComNet)},
  year={2022},
  pages={208-215}
}
  • A. Shokry, Maged A. Youssef
  • Published 1 June 2022
  • Computer Science
  • 2022 20th Mediterranean Communication and Computer Networking Conference (MedComNet)
Although RF fingerprinting is one of the most commonly used techniques for localization, deploying it in a ubiquitous manner requires addressing the challenge of supporting a large number of heterogeneous devices and their variations. We present QHFP, a device-independent quantum fingerprint matching algorithm that addresses two of the issues for realizing worldwide ubiquitous large-scale location tracking systems: storage space and running time as well as devices heterogeneity. In particular… 
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