Author

Hans Gellersen, Paul Lukowicz, Michael Beigl, Till Riedel

Abstract

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]

BibTex

@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}
}