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Drummonds, Anthony O; Fokum, Daniel T.
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A robust “Plug-and-Play” application for executing virtualized indoor Wi-Fi localization
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Proceedings of the IEEE. Southeast Conference
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Apr. 2017
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Charlotte, NC, USA
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DOI: 10.1109/SECON.2017.7925308
Abstract
Wi-Fi localization is a growing technology that spans many fields and industries and has attracted great attention in the research community. Naturally, to gather the equipment and tools necessary to perform successful localization is not cost effective and time efficient. In order to alleviate such gruesome issues we have developed a localization software system that is able to virtualize real-world indoor localization. The system features its Plug-and-Play ability by being able to accept different inputs within the different components and still function effectively without external intervention. In this paper we present our software and describe the different components that work together. Our goal is to develop a robust and extensible software system that is able to virtualize localization strategies and provide accurate results without the need for real-world testing.....
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