A Spatial Division Clustering Method and Low Dimensional Feature Extraction Technique Based Indoor Positioning System
AbstractIndoor positioning systems based on the fingerprint method are widely used due to the large number of existing devices with a wide range of coverage. However, extensive positioning regions with a massive fingerprint database may cause high computational complexity and error margins, therefore clustering methods are widely applied as a solution. However, traditional clustering methods in positioning systems can only measure the similarity of the Received Signal Strength without being concerned with the continuity of physical coordinates. Besides, outage of access points could result in asymmetric matching problems which severely affect the fine positioning procedure. To solve these issues, in this paper we propose a positioning system based on the Spatial Division Clustering (SDC) method for clustering the fingerprint dataset subject to physical distance constraints. With the Genetic Algorithm and Support Vector Machine techniques, SDC can achieve higher coarse positioning accuracy than traditional clustering algorithms. In terms of fine localization, based on the Kernel Principal Component Analysis method, the proposed positioning system outperforms its counterparts based on other feature extraction methods in low dimensionality. Apart from balancing online matching computational burden, the new positioning system exhibits advantageous performance on radio map clustering, and also shows better robustness and adaptability in the asymmetric matching problem aspect.
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Mo, Y.; Zhang, Z.; Meng, W.; Ma, L.; Wang, Y. A Spatial Division Clustering Method and Low Dimensional Feature Extraction Technique Based Indoor Positioning System. Sensors 2014, 14, 1850-1876.
Mo Y, Zhang Z, Meng W, Ma L, Wang Y. A Spatial Division Clustering Method and Low Dimensional Feature Extraction Technique Based Indoor Positioning System. Sensors. 2014; 14(1):1850-1876.Chicago/Turabian Style
Mo, Yun; Zhang, Zhongzhao; Meng, Weixiao; Ma, Lin; Wang, Yao. 2014. "A Spatial Division Clustering Method and Low Dimensional Feature Extraction Technique Based Indoor Positioning System." Sensors 14, no. 1: 1850-1876.