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Ubiquitous positioning.


Ubiquitous positioning.

Mannings, Robin.

Artech House


203 pages



Artech House GNSS library


Mannings (Lancaster U., UK) explores the field of ubiquitous positioning, which places people and objects in a digital context for use in related networks and technologies. By coining the term "whereness," the author is able to provide the fundamentals for a new and comprehensive discipline that can be used to develop innovations in radio positioning, mapping and "geo-tagging." This book offers plenty of new ideas for engineers in the field of mobile communications.

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Date:Sep 1, 2008
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