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Map-matching means determining the location of a mobile with respect to a road network description stored in a digital map. This problem is usually addressed using GPSlike fixes. Unfortunately, there are many situations in urban areas where few satellites are visible because of outages due to tall buildings. In this paper, map-matching is solved using raw GPS measurements (pseudoranges and Doppler measurements), avoiding the necessity to compute a global position. The problem is formalized in adoi:10.1109/tits.2012.2186295 fatcat:xhm5dygsmzgcpi7ypfpg6s2zny