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A Dynamic Configuration of Calibration Points using Multidimensional Sensor Data Analysis
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  • Journal title : Korean Management Science Review
  • Volume 33, Issue 1,  2016, pp.49-58
  • Publisher : The Korean Operations and Management Science Society
  • DOI : 10.7737/KMSR.2016.33.1.049
 Title & Authors
A Dynamic Configuration of Calibration Points using Multidimensional Sensor Data Analysis
Kim, Byoung-Sub; Kim, Jae-Hoon;
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 Abstract
Focusing on the drastic increase of smart devices, machine generated data expansion is a general phenomenon in network services and IoT (Internet of Things). Especially, built-in multi sensors in a smart device are used for collection of user status and moving data. Combining the internal sensor data and environmental information, we can determine landmarks that decide a pedestrian's locations. We use an ANOVA method to analyze data acquired from multi sensors and propose a landmark classification algorithm. We expect that the proposed algorithm can achieve higher accuracy of indoor-outdoor positioning system for pedestrians.
 Keywords
LBS;Data Analysis;Positioning System;Hybrid Sensors;
 Language
Korean
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