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As the elderly population increases, elderly care using inexpensive technological means is becoming critical. This paper presents our prototype system that provides real-time indoor tracking of elderly residents and their belongings, which is essential to assisting and securing their independent living. For high-fidelity real-time tracking, we propose novel scheduling algorithms. Our scheduling algorithms are designed by harmonizing both sensing and communication signals and leveraging locationdoi:10.1109/tc.2008.21 fatcat:etddotczmvednih7jv6qube6ye