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The growing popularity of indoor localisation research has resulted in a significant amount of research papers describing and evaluating innovative localisation solutions. Unfortunately, the results from most of these research papers cannot easily be compared since they are evaluated in different environments, use different evaluation criteria and typically tailor their solutions towards a single testbed environment. To evaluate how these different conditions influence the localisationdoi:10.1504/ijahuc.2016.078483 fatcat:t47r543nn5holbqjn5bmb22kty