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Positioning and identification systems with wearable and infrastructure sensors

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Abstract

Positioning systems have gained maturity in recent years, and have enabled a plethora of applications from location-aware content delivery in commercial applications to situation awareness in emergency response scenarios. In this talk I will provide an overview of some of the research challenges arising from developing positioning and identification systems in the wild. I will then discuss probabilistic approaches to handling noise at different layers of the system, from low level sensor noise, to loop closure errors and trajectory-level distortions.

This talk is part of the Women@CL Events series.

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