Skew log-normal channel model for indoor cooperative localization
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- IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, PIMRC, 2018, 2017-October pp. 1 - 5
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© 2017 IEEE. The performance of cooperative localization using received signal strength (RSS) benefits from accurate radio channel modeling. While log-normal shadowing is commonly used to model the relationship between RSS and range, the RSS error distribution in indoor environments has been observed to be neither normal nor symmetric. In this paper, we propose a skew log-normal channel model, which includes the standard log-normal model as a special case. We further propose an algorithm for using this model for RSS based cooperative localization. The algorithm was evaluated using data from an electro-magnetic simulation of an aircraft cabin, and was shown to generate more accurate node locations compared to the use of log-normal shadowing in the same localization algorithm.
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