A Semantic-Based Indexing for Indoor Moving Objects

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Tingting Ben; Xiaolin Qin; Ning Wang;

The increasing availability of indoor positioning, driven by techniques like RFID, Bluetooth, and smart phones, enables a variety of indoor location-based services (LBSs). Efficient queries based on semantic-constraint in indoor spaces play an important role in supporti... View more
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