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Determining Location of Target Within the Indoor Location System

Originální název

Determining Location of Target Within the Indoor Location System

Anglický název

Determining Location of Target Within the Indoor Location System

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en

Originální abstrakt

Recent advances in the area of electronics have significantly contributed to the ubiquitous character of wireless sensor networks. The importance of such kind of communication paradigm can be demonstrated by the growing number of its adoptions through the industry and consumer sector. Many real-life sensor network applications require location awareness which represents the ability to determine the position of a given object or trace its movement. This paper deals with the convenient techniques designated for a target node localization or discovery within the indoor location system. First part of this paper investigates the technical background and constraints that have an impact on wireless sensor networks performance. Subsequently, the attention is given to various methods that could be used for the purpose of indoor applications targeting. The reliable system has to be adjusted for a particular deployment scenario which may involve combination of various localization or tracking methods. Analysis of the individual methods and their implications will be provided. The last part contains proposition of the intended application case for indoor localization by means of wireless sensor network.

Anglický abstrakt

Recent advances in the area of electronics have significantly contributed to the ubiquitous character of wireless sensor networks. The importance of such kind of communication paradigm can be demonstrated by the growing number of its adoptions through the industry and consumer sector. Many real-life sensor network applications require location awareness which represents the ability to determine the position of a given object or trace its movement. This paper deals with the convenient techniques designated for a target node localization or discovery within the indoor location system. First part of this paper investigates the technical background and constraints that have an impact on wireless sensor networks performance. Subsequently, the attention is given to various methods that could be used for the purpose of indoor applications targeting. The reliable system has to be adjusted for a particular deployment scenario which may involve combination of various localization or tracking methods. Analysis of the individual methods and their implications will be provided. The last part contains proposition of the intended application case for indoor localization by means of wireless sensor network.

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@inproceedings{BUT28591,
  author="Pavel {Očenášek} and Václav {Šimek}",
  title="Determining Location of Target Within the Indoor Location System",
  annote="Recent advances in the area of electronics have significantly contributed to the
ubiquitous character of wireless sensor networks. The importance of such kind of
communication paradigm can be demonstrated by the growing number of its adoptions
through the industry and consumer sector. Many real-life sensor network
applications require location awareness which represents the ability to determine
the position of a given object or trace its movement. This paper deals with the
convenient techniques designated for a target node localization or discovery
within the indoor location system. First part of this paper investigates the
technical background and constraints that have an impact on wireless sensor
networks performance. Subsequently, the attention is given to various methods
that could be used for the purpose of indoor applications targeting. The reliable
system has to be adjusted for a particular deployment scenario which may involve
combination of various localization or tracking methods. Analysis of the
individual methods and their implications will be provided. The last part
contains proposition of the intended application case for indoor localization by
means of wireless sensor network.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Systems Science: Volume III",
  chapter="28591",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2007",
  month="september",
  pages="168--176",
  type="conference paper"
}