Gaussian process model enabled particle filter for device-free localization

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Conference Proceeding
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20th International Conference on Information Fusion, Fusion 2017 - Proceedings, 2017
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2017-08-11
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© 2017 International Society of Information Fusion (ISIF). Device-free localization (DFL) is an emerging wireless network target localization technique that does not need to attach any electronic device with the target. It is remaining as a challenging research problem due to the weak wireless signals and the uncertain wireless communication environment. In this paper, a novel Gaussian Process (GP) based wireless propagation model is proposed to describe the likelihood relationship between the target location and the changes of the RSS measurement for a wireless link. Sequentially Particle Filter (PF) is applied to the DFL for estimating the location of the target, after the GP model is trained using the experimental measurements of the link. Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed GP-PF algorithm can track the target with much better localization accuracy than the Support Vector Machine (SVM) based PF approach.
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