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Hybrid radio-map for noise tolerant wireless indoor localization
Proceedings of the 11th IEEE International Conference on Networking, Sensing and Control
In wireless networks, radio-map based locating techniques are commonly used to cope the complex fading feature of radio signal, in which a radio-map is built by calibrating received signal strength (RSS) signatures at training locations in the offline phase. However, in severe hostile environments, such as in ship cabins where severe shadowing, blocking and multi-path fading effects are posed by ubiquitous metallic architecture, even radio-map cannot capture the dynamics of RSS. In this paper,doi:10.1109/icnsc.2014.6819631 dblp:conf/icnsc/GengWFC14 fatcat:gcprha2i2rgoze6csptuwmrouu