Predicting future locations using prediction-by-partial-match

@inproceedings{Burbey2008PredictingFL,
  title={Predicting future locations using prediction-by-partial-match},
  author={Ingrid Burbey and Thomas L. Martin},
  booktitle={MELT},
  year={2008}
}
We implemented the Prediction-by-Partial-Match data compression algorithm as a predictor of future locations. Positioning was done using IEEE 802.11 wireless access logs. Several experiments were run to determine how to divide the data for training and testing and how to best represent the data as a string of symbols. Our test data consisted of 198 datasets containing over 28,000 <time, location> pairs, obtained from the UCSD Wireless Topology Discovery project. Tests of a first-order PPM model… CONTINUE READING
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