Reference : Indoor positioning and floor plan based ground truth: Can you really click where you are?
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Indoor positioning and floor plan based ground truth: Can you really click where you are?
English
Popleteev, Andrei mailto [University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT) > >]
Dec-2016
15th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitious Multimedia (MUM-2016)
Yes
15th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitious Multimedia (MUM-2016)
12-15 December 2016
Rovaniemi
Finland
[en] Indoor localization ; ground truth ; floor plan ; accuracy ; performance evaluation ; benchmarking ; uncertainty ; resolution ; level of detail ; granularity ; BIM ; HCI
[en] The increasing accuracy of indoor positioning systems requires an appropriately accurate evaluation, which compares system outputs with the known coordinates of test locations --- the ground truth. Although ground truth data are rarely (if ever) tested, they are traditionally assumed to be perfectly accurate. However, even small errors introduced by inaccurate ground truth need to be taken into account for fair evaluation and comparison between modern high-resolution positioning systems.

In this paper we analyze the quality of ground truth data provided by clicking on an interactive floor plan (a method employed by such classical systems as RADAR and Horus). Experimental results show that this method has high precision but low accuracy, and high systematic errors make it unsuitable for evaluation of fine-grained localization systems.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10993/29186
10.1145/3012709.3012737
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