In-building Localization using Neural Networks

  title={In-building Localization using Neural Networks},
  author={Uzair Ahmad and A. Gavrilov and Uzma Nasir and Muddesar Iqbal and Seong Jin Cho and Sungyoung Lee},
  journal={2006 IEEE International Conference on Engineering of Intelligent Systems},
Location awareness is key capability of context-aware ubiquitous environments. Received signal strength (RSS) based localization is increasingly popular choice especially for indoor scenarios after pervasive adoption of IEEE 802.11 wireless LAN. Fundamental requirement of such localization systems is to estimate location from RSS at a particular location. Multi-path propagation effects make RSS to fluctuate in unpredictable manner, introducing uncertainty in location estimation. Moreover, in… CONTINUE READING
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