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Mobile Computing Systems and Applications, IEEE Workshop on (2006)
Semiahmoo Resort, Washington, USA
Apr. 6, 2006 to Apr. 7, 2006
ISSN: 1550-6193
ISBN: 0-7695-2439-7
pp: 20-28
Mike Y. Chen , Intel Research Seattle, USA
Jeffrey Hightower , Intel Research Seattle, USA
Ian Smith , Intel Research Seattle, USA
Dirk Haehnel , Intel Research Seattle, USA
Jon Froehlich , University of Washington, USA
Alex Varshavsky , University of Toronto, Canada
Fred Potter , University of Washington, USA
Anthony LaMarca , Intel Research Seattle, USA
Timothy Sohn , University of California, San Diego, USA
Karen Tang , Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Eyal de Lara , University of Toronto, Canada
In this paper, we argue that localization solution based on cellular phone technology, specifically GSM phones, is a sufficient and attractive option in terms of coverage and accuracy for a wide range of indoor, outdoor, and placebased location-aware applications. We present preliminary results that indicate that GSM-based localization systems have the potential to detect the places that people visit in their everyday lives, and can achieve median localization accuracies of 5 and 75 meters for indoor and outdoor environments, respectively.
Mike Y. Chen, Jeffrey Hightower, Ian Smith, Dirk Haehnel, Jon Froehlich, Alex Varshavsky, Fred Potter, Anthony LaMarca, Timothy Sohn, Karen Tang, Eyal de Lara, "Are GSM Phones THE Solution for Localization?", Mobile Computing Systems and Applications, IEEE Workshop on, vol. 00, no. , pp. 20-28, 2006, doi:10.1109/WMCSA.2006.1
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