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Eleventh International Network Conference (INC 2016)
Title: Deploying Contextual Computing in a Campus Setting
Author(s): Fabio Aversente, David Klein, Schekeb Sultani, Dmitri Vronski, Jörg Schäfer
Keywords: Location Based Services, In-Door Localisation, Contextual Computing, Architecture, Mobile
Abstract: Location Based Services (LBS) are regarded as a major constituent of contextual computing. However, deploying LBS for in-door localisation remains still a largely unsolved problem, in particular if practical considerations like e.g. effort- less calibration are taken into account. In our work we analyse challenges in a university environment characterised by hundreds of access points deployed and by heterogeneous mobile handsets of unknown technical specifications and quality. We developed an open architecture to deploy LBS on a campus and integrate them with other services and useful applications to support campus life.
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