Links to some of the publications describing research on which my thesis is based
O. Kaltiokallio, M. Bocca, and N. Patwari, “Enhancing the accuracy of radio tomographic imaging using channel diversity,” in 9th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad hoc and Sensor Systems (MASS 2012), October 2012.
O. Kaltiokallio and M. Bocca, “Real-time intrusion detection and tracking in indoor environment through distributed RSSI processing,” in Proc. RTCSA 2011, pp. 61-70, Aug. 2011.
N. Patwari and J. Wilson, RF Sensor Networks for Device-Free Localization and Tracking, Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 98, no. 11, November, 2010, pp. 1961-1973.
J. Wilson and N. Patwari, Radio Tomographic Imaging with Wireless Networks, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, (appeared online 8 January 2010), vol. 9, no. 5, May 2010, pp. 621-632.
J. Wilson and N. Patwari, “See through walls: motion tracking using variance-based radio tomography networks,” IEEE Trans. Mobile Computing, vol. 10, no. 5, pp. 612–621, May 2011, appeared online 23 September 2010.
N. Patwari and J. Wilson, "People-Sensing Spatial Characteristics of RF Sensor Networks", arXiv:0911.1972v1 [cs.NI], Nov, 2009.
J. Wilson and N. Patwari, "Through-Wall Motion Tracking Using Variance-Based Radio Tomography Networks", arXiv:0909.5417v2 [cs.OH], Oct, 2009.
J. Wilson and N. Patwari, Radio Tomographic Imaging With Wireless Networks Tech Report, 16 Sep 2008
Some technical terms and abbreviations used in my documents or in papers I've cited
AAL — Ambient Assisted Living
A combination of ambient intelligence, where the environment is aware of the people in it, and the concept of assisted living.
CPS — Cyber-Physical System
The integration of computation with physical systems. Applications of cyber-physical systems in health care, for example, include assisted living technologies, bionics, and wearable devices.
DFL — Device-free localization
Technology that can determine the location of someone — typically in a building or a room — without requiring the person to wear a device, such as an RFID tag.
LoS — Line of sight
An unobstructed path between two objects that send and receive signals.
RF — Radio frequency
Oscillations in the frequency range used by radios, 3 kHz to 300 GHz.
RFID — Radio-frequency identification
The use of a wireless system that transmits data with RF signals, for tracking and identifying objects containing an RFID tag.
RSSI — Received signal strength indicator
The measure of the power in a received RF signal.
RTI — Radio tomographic imaging
A way to create a visual representation of the attenuation in signals in a wireless network, caused when an object interacts with the RF field.
WSN — Wireless sensor network
An array of sensor nodes that transmit and receive data from each other via RF signals.