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Performance of positioning algorithm for indoor geolocation Public

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Algorithm for indoor tracking techniques will be discussed in this project. The approach is based on recording and processing real-time measurements from an existing tracking system called PinPoint. The tracking algorithm combines raw data from the PinPoint measurement to estimate the position. The accuracy of the position is directly related to this algorithm's observation. There are three different algorithms to implement and study in this project. We are going to compare the algorithms' performances and accuracy when subjected to different operating conditions.

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  • 02D267M
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  • 2002
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  • 2002-01-01
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