Publications from IPIN2013 and some more …

At the last IPIN con­fer­ence in France we pre­sented two papers:

These have now been added under the pub­li­ca­tions section.

The for­mer paper con­cerns how the com­plete coop­er­a­tive local­iza­tion sys­tem and head-related-transfer func­tions (HRTFs) may be exploited to pro­vide a spa­tial per­cep­tion of rel­a­tive loca­tions within a group. Sim­ply, an agent will here where he has his col­leagues when they talk and vice versa. The sec­ond arti­cle con­cerns a small detail in the mech­a­niza­tion imple­men­ta­tion which will pre­vent the foot-mounted iner­tial nav­i­ga­tion sys­tem from drift­ing when an agent is stand­ing still.

The arti­cle Coop­er­a­tive local­iza­tion by dual foot-mounted iner­tial sen­sors and inter-agent rang­ing has now gone into print and can be found open access on EURASIP’s site. (Pre­vi­ously it was only avail­able from arXiv.) The same goes for the Recur­sive Bayesian ini­tial­iza­tion of local­iza­tion based on rang­ing and dead reck­on­ing paper.

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