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Handbook of Position Location: Theory, Practice and Advances

ISBN: 978-0-470-94342-7
1264 pages
November 2011, Wiley-IEEE Press
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Radio systems capable of localization have emerging applications in homeland security, law enforcement, emergency response, defense command and control, multi-robot coordination and vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-pedestrian collision avoidance. In fact, high resolution localization is vital for many applications, including: traffic alert, emergency services, e.g., indoor localization for firefighters, and battlefield command and control. These systems promise to dramatically reduce society's vulnerabilities to catastrophic events and improve its quality of of life.

While work this important area is progressing, limited resources are available to support graduate students and researchers in this important area. Specifically, a limited number of books has been published in this area covering selected subjects. This comprehensive handbook offers gaps of available localization books presenting in-depth coverage from fundamentals of coordinates to advanced application examples.

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PREFACE xxxiii

CONTRIBUTORS xxxv

PART I FUNDAMENTALS OF POSITION LOCATION

CHAPTER 1 WIRELESS POSITIONING SYSTEMS: OPERATION, APPLICATION, AND COMPARISON 3
Seyed A. (Reza) Zekavat, Stuti Kansal, Allen H. Levesque

CHAPTER 2 SOURCE LOCALIZATION: ALGORITHMS AND ANALYSIS 25
H. C. So

CHAPTER 3 SECURITY ISSUES FOR POSITION LOCATION 67
Jeong Heon Lee, R. Michael Buehrer

CHAPTER 4 CHANNEL MODELING AND ITS IMPACT ON LOCALIZATION 105
Seyed A. (Reza) Zekavat

CHAPTER 5 COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR LOCALIZATION 137
Fardad Askarzadeh, Yunxing Ye, Umair I. Khan, Ferit Ozan Akgul, Kaveh Pahlavan, Sergey N. Makarov

PART II TOA- AND DOA-BASED POSITIONING

CHAPTER 6 FUNDAMENTALS OF TIME-OF-ARRIVAL-BASED POSITION LOCATION 175
R. Michael Buehrer, Swaroop Venkatesh

CHAPTER 7 A REVIEW ON TOA ESTIMATION TECHNIQUES AND COMPARISON 213
Mohsen Pourkhaatoun,Seyed A. (Reza) Zekavat, Michigan Tech

CHAPTER 8 WIRELESS LOCALIZATION USING ULTRA-WIDEBAND SIGNALS 245
Liuqing Yang, Huilin Xu

CHAPTER 9 AN INTRODUCTION TO DIRECTION-OF-ARRIVAL ESTIMATION TECHNIQUES VIA ANTENNA ARRAYS 279
Seyed A. (Reza) Zekavat

CHAPTER 10 SMART ANTENNAS FOR DIRECTION-OF-ARRIVAL INDOOR POSITIONING APPLICATIONS 319
Stefano Maddio,Alessandro Cidronali,Gianfranco Manes

PART III RECEIVED SIGNAL STRENGTH-BASED POSITIONING

CHAPTER 11 FUNDAMENTALS OF RECEIVED SIGNAL STRENGTH-BASED POSITION LOCATION 359
Jeong Heon Lee, R. Michael Buehrer

CHAPTER 12 ON THE PERFORMANCE OF WIRELESS INDOOR LOCALIZATION USING RECEIVED SIGNAL STRENGTH 395
Jie Yang, Yingying Chen, Richard P. Martin, Wade Trappe,Marco Gruteser

CHAPTER 13 IMPACT OF ANCHOR PLACEMENT AND ANCHOR SELECTION ON LOCALIZATION ACCURACY 425
Yingying Chen, Jie Yang, Wade Trappe, Richard P. Martin

CHAPTER 14 KERNEL METHODS FOR RSS-BASED INDOOR LOCALIZATION 457
Piyush Agrawal, Neal Patwari

CHAPTER 15 RF FINGERPRINTING LOCATION TECHNIQUES 487
Rafael Saraiva Campos, Lisandro Lovisolo

PART IV LOS/NLOS LOCALIZATION–IDENTIFICATION–MITIGATION

CHAPTER 16 AN INTRODUCTION TO NLOS IDENTIFICATION AND LOCALIZATION 523
Wenjie Xu, Zhonghai Wang, Seyed A. (Reza) Zekavat

CHAPTER 17 NLOS MITIGATION METHODS FOR GEOLOCATION 557
Joni Polili Lie, Chin-Heng Lim, Chong-Meng Samson See

CHAPTER 18 MOBILE POSITION ESTIMATION USING RECEIVED SIGNAL STRENGTH AND TIME OF ARRIVAL IN MIXED LOS/NLOS ENVIRONMENTS 583
Bamrung Tau Sieskul, Feng Zheng, Thomas Kaiser

PART V MOBILITY AND TRACKING USING THE KALMAN FILTER

CHAPTER 19 IMPLEMENTATION OF KALMAN FILTER FOR LOCALIZATION 629
Ossama Abdelkhalik

CHAPTER 20 REMOTE SENSING TECHNOLOGIES FOR INDOOR APPLICATIONS 649
Seong-hoon Peter Won, William Wael Melek, Farid Golnaraghi

CHAPTER 21 MOBILE TRACKING IN MIXED LINE-OF-SIGHT/NON-LINE-OF-SIGHT CONDITIONS: ALGORITHMS AND THEORETICAL LOWER BOUND 685
Liang Chen, Simo Ali-Löytty, Robert Piché, Lenan Wu

CHAPTER 22 THE KALMAN FILTER AND ITS APPLICATIONS IN GNSS AND INS 709
Emanuela Falletti, Marco Rao, Simone Savasta

PART VI NETWORK LOCALIZATION

CHAPTER 23 COLLABORATIVE POSITION LOCATION 755
R. Michael Buehrer, Tao Jia

CHAPTER 24 POLYNOMIAL-BASED METHODS FOR LOCALIZATION IN MULTIAGENT SYSTEMS 813
Iman Shames, Baris¸ Fidan, Brian D. O. Anderson, Hatem Hmam

CHAPTER 25 BELIEF PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES FOR COOPERATIVE LOCALIZATION IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS 837
Vladimir Savic, Santiago Zazo

CHAPTER 26 ERROR CHARACTERISTICS OF AD HOC POSITIONING SYSTEMS 871
Dragos¸ Niculescu, Bdri Nath

CHAPTER 27 SELF-LOCALIZATION OF UAV FORMATIONS USING BEARING MEASUREMENTS 899
Iman Shames, Baris¸ Fidan, Brian D. O. Anderson, Hatem Hmam

PART VII APPLICATIONS

CHAPTER 28 OVERVIEW OF GNSS SYSTEMS 923
Fabio Dovis, Paolo Mulassano, Fabrizio Dominici

CHAPTER 29 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING IN GNSS RECEIVERS 975
Maurizio Fantino, Letizia Lo Presti, Marco Pini

CHAPTER 30 RFID-BASED AUTONOMOUS MOBILE ROBOT NAVIGATION 1023
Sunhong Park, Guillermo Enriquez, Shuji Hashimoto

CHAPTER 31 CELLULAR-BASED POSITIONING FOR NEXT-GENERATION TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 1055
Po-Hsuan Tseng, Kai-Ten Feng

CHAPTER 32 POSITIONING IN LTE 1081
Ari Kangas, Iana Siomina,Torbjörn Wigren

CHAPTER 33 AUTOMATED WILDLIFE RADIO TRACKING 1129
Robert B. MacCurdy, Richard M. Gabrielson,Kathryn A. Cortopassi

HAPTER 34 AN INTRODUCTION TO THE FUNDAMENTALS AND IMPLEMENTATION OF WIRELESS LOCAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS 1169
Seyed A. (Reza) Zekavat

INDEX 1195

MATLAB codes for various chapters in this book can be found online at ftp://ftp.wiley.com/public/sci_tech_med/matlab_codes.

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Seyed A. (Reza) Zekavat, PhD, is Associate Professor and the founder of the wireless positioning lab at Michigan Tech. Prof. Zekavat is the founder of VIEWComm. Co., a position location company. He is active on the technical program committees for several IEEE international conferences, serving as a committee chair or member, and he is currently with the IET Wireless Sensor Systems editorial board. His research has been supported by federal agencies and industries including the NSF, ARL, and National Instruments.

R. Michael Buehrer, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Tech. His research at Virginia Tech has been sponsored by several federal agencies including DARPA, ONR, and NSF, as well as by many companies, including Qualcomm, Motorola, and several others.

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