Tracciatura e rilevamento della posizione

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  • Amelia Masters, Katina Michael Lend me your arms: The use and implications of humancentric RFID. Electronic Commerce Research and Applications 6 (2007) 29–39
  • Julian Randall, Oliver Amft, Ju¨rgen Bohn,Martin Burri LuxTrace: indoor positioning using building illumination. Pers Ubiquit Comput (2007) 11:417–428
  • Ming Lu, Wu Chen, Xuesong Shen, Hoi-Ching Lam, Jianye Liu Positioning and tracking construction vehicles in highly dense urban areas and building construction sites. Automation in Construction 16 (2007) 647–656
  • Elio Masciari RFID Data Management for Effective Objects Tracking. SAC’07 March 1115,2007, Seoul, Korea
  • Joon Heo, Mu Wook Pyeon, Jung Whan Kim, and Hong-Gyoo Sohn Towards the Optimal Design of an RFID-Based Positioning System for the Ubiquitous Computing Environment. RSKT 2007, LNAI 4481, pp. 331–338, 2007.
  • Andrew Lim and Kaicheng Zhang A Robust RFID-Based Method for Precise Indoor Positioning. IEA/AIE 2006, LNAI 4031, pp. 1189–1199, 2006.
  • Ming-Yang Chen, Ching-Nung Yang, and Chi-Sung Laih Authorized Tracking and Tracing for RFID Tags. EUC Workshops 2006, LNCS 4097, pp. 435 – 444, 2006.
  • Sungwoo Ahn, Bonghee Hong, Chaehoon Ban, and Kihyung Lee Design and Implementation of an Index Structure Using Fixed Intervals for Tracing of RFID Tags*. ICCSA 2006, LNCS 3981, pp. 175 – 185, 2006. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2006
  • Patrick W. Thevissen, Guy Poelman, Michel De Cooman, Robert Puers, Guy Willems Implantation of an RFID-tag into human molars to reduce hard forensic identification labor. Part 2: Physical properties. Forensic Science International 159S (2006) S40–S46
  • Patrick W. Thevissen, Guy Poelman, Michel De Cooman, Robert Puers, Guy Willems Implantation of an RFID-tag into human molars to reduce hard forensic identification labor. Part I: Working principle. Forensic Science International 159S (2006) S33–S39
  • Derek Reilly, Malcolm Rodgers, Ritchie Argue, Mike Nunes, Kori Inkpen Marked-up maps: combining paper maps and electronic information resources. Pers Ubiquit Comput (2006) 10: 215–226
  • SONGMIN JIA, WEIGUO LIN, KAIZHONG WANG and KUNIKATSU TAKASE Network Distributed Multi-Functional Robotic System Supporting the Elderly and Disabled People. Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems (2006) 45: 53–76
  • Lun-Chi Chen, Ruey-Kai Sheu, Hui-Chieh Lu, Win-Tsung Lo, and Yen-Ping Chu Object Finding System Based on RFID Technology. APWeb Workshops 2006, LNCS 3842, pp. 383 – 396, 2005.
  • J¨urgen Bohn Prototypical Implementation of Location-Aware Services Based on Super-Distributed RFID Tags. ARCS 2006, LNCS 3894, pp. 69–83, 2006.
  • JaeMu Yun, SungBu Kim, and JangMyung Lee Robust Positioning a Mobile Robot with Active Beacon Sensors. KES 2006, Part I, LNAI 4251, pp. 890 – 897, 2006.
  • Paul M. Goodrum, Matt A. McLaren , Adam Durfee The application of active radio frequency identification technology for tool tracking on construction job sites. Automation in Construction 15 (2006) 292 – 302
  • Jongwhoa Na The Blind Interactive Guide System Using RFID-Based Indoor Positioning System. ICCHP 2006, LNCS 4061, pp. 1298 – 1305, 2006.
  • Kyoung-Mi Lee Intelligent Tracking Persons Through Non-overlapping Cameras. ICIC 2005, Part II, LNCS 3645, pp. 733 – 741, 2005.
  • Jin Kwak, Keunwoo Rhee, Soohyun oh, Seungjoo Kim, and Dongho Won RFID System with Fairness Within the Framework of Security and Privacy. ESAS 2005, LNCS 3813, pp. 142–152, 2005.