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Mobile Crowdsourcing And Inertial Sensing

Chenshu Wu, Z. Yang, Y. Liu
Published 2018 · Computer Science

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This chapter presents the preliminary background on mobile crowdsourcing and inertial sensing, which together have opened the new possibilities for wireless indoor localization, after more than a decade of development. In particular, we first introduce the basic concept of mobile crowdsourcing. Then we study how to measure human mobility using smartphone-based inertial sensing, including what types of sensors we can use and what mobility information we can acquire.
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