2017Konferenzveröffentlichung DOI: 10.18452/19941
Interactive Pedestrian Indoor Localization
This thesis focuses on the improvement of pedestrian indoor localization systems through user interactions. First, a hybrid localization system for mobile devices which relies on multiple sensors is developed. It forms the basis for the design and implementation of interactions between the user and the system that aim to increase the localization accuracy. Finally, a simulation is conducted to evaluate the system’s performance. It shows that localization accuracy can in fact be improved in case the user cooperates.
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