Hans Gellersen, Paul Lukowicz, Michael Beigl, Till Riedel


Many pervasive applications deal with relative positions between interacting entities rather than global coordinates. The Relate project developed sensing methods and a modular system architecture for peer-to-peer relative positioning. It studied the methods and architecture in application case studies on mobile spatial interaction, firefighter navigation, and wearable activity recognition.   [Download]


@article {Gellersen:Cooperative:2010:6510,
	number = {4}, 
	month = {}, 
	year = {2010}, 
	title = {Cooperative Relative Positioning}, 
	journal = {IEEE Pervasive Computing}, 
	volume = {9}, 
	pages = {78-89}, 
	publisher = {IEEE Educational Activities Department, Piscataway, NJ, USA}, 
	author = {Hans Gellersen, Paul Lukowicz, Michael Beigl, Till Riedel}, 
	keywords = {cooperative sensing, location systems, location systems, relative positioning, cooperative sensing, pervasive computing applications, pervasive computing applications, relative positioning}