Prediction of Indoor Movements Using Bayesian Networks

@inproceedings{Petzold2005PredictionOI,
  title={Prediction of Indoor Movements Using Bayesian Networks},
  author={Jan Petzold and Andreas Pietzowski and Faruk Bagci and Wolfgang Trumler and Theo Ungerer},
  booktitle={LoCA},
  year={2005}
}
This paper investigates the efficiency of in-door next location prediction by comparing several prediction methods. The scenario concerns people in an office building visiting offices in a regular fashion over some period of time. We model the scenario by a dynamic Bayesian network and evaluate accuracy of next room prediction and of duration of stay, training and retraining performance, as well as memory and performance requirements of a Bayesian network predictor. The results are compared… CONTINUE READING

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