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User Mobility Model in an Active Office

Mantoro, Teddy; Johnson, Chris


User mobility in an Active Office represents human activity in a context awareness and ambient intelligent environment. This paper describes user mobility by detecting their changing locations. We have explored precise, proximate and predicted user location using a variety of sensors (e.g. WiFi and Bluetooth) and investigated how the sensors fit in an Active Office to provide interoperability to detect them. We developed a model to predict and proximate user location using wireless sensors in...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2003
Type: Conference paper
Source: Lecture Notes in Computer Science


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