Location systems for ubiquitous computing - Computer

@inproceedings{Jeffrey2001LocationSF,
  title={Location systems for ubiquitous computing - Computer},
  author={Jeffrey and Hightower and Gaetano and Borriello},
  year={2001}
}
August 2001 57 onal, nor equally applicable to every system, the classification axes we present do form a reasonable approach to characterizing or evaluating location systems. The Global Positioning System is perhaps the most widely publicized location-sensing system. GPS provides an excellent lateration framework for determining geographic positions. The worldwide satellite constellation has reliable and ubiquitous coverage and, assuming a differential reference or use of the Wide Area… CONTINUE READING
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