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Mobility Tracking in Cellular Networks with Sequential Monte Carlo Filters

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Published

Publication date25/07/2005
Host publication 2005 8th International Conference on Information Fusion Proceedings
Number of pages8
Original languageEnglish

Conference

ConferenceEighth International Conf. on Information Fusion
CityPhiladelphia, USA
Period25/07/0528/07/05

Conference

ConferenceEighth International Conf. on Information Fusion
CityPhiladelphia, USA
Period25/07/0528/07/05

Abstract

This paper considers mobility tracking in wireless communication networks based on received signal strength indicator measurements. Mobility tracking involves on-line estimation of the position and speed of a mobile unit. Mobility tracking is formulated as an estimation problem of a hybrid system consisting of a base state vector and a modal state vector. The command is modelled as a first-order Markov process which can take values from a finite set of acceleration levels. In order to cover the wide range of acceleration changes, a set of acceleration values is predetermined. Sequential Monte Carlo algorithms – a particle filter (PF) and a Rao-Blackwellised particle filter (RBPF) are proposed and their performance evaluated over a synthetic data example.

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