FIMD: Fine-grained Device-free Motion Detection

@article{Xiao2012FIMDFD,
  title={FIMD: Fine-grained Device-free Motion Detection},
  author={Jiang Xiao and Kaishun Wu and Youwen Yi and Lu Wang and Lionel M. Ni},
  journal={2012 IEEE 18th International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems},
  year={2012},
  pages={229-235}
}
Device-free passive (Dfp) motion detection seeks to monitor the position change of entities without actively carrying any physical devices. Recently, WLAN with a rich set of installed wireless infrastructures enables motion detection in the area of interest. WLAN-enabled DfP motion detection rely on received signal strength (RSS) is verified to be able to provide acceptable high accuracy. Although RSS can be easily measured with commercial equipments, it is suspectable to measurement itself due… CONTINUE READING
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