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Location-based services : fundamentals and operation

Location-based services : fundamentals and operation (Loan 3 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Kupper, Axel.
Title Statement
Location-based services : fundamentals and operation / Axel Kupper.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Hoboken, NJ :   John Wiley ,   2005.  
Physical Medium
xix, 365 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
0470092319
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Mobile computing.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Preface.

List of Abbreviations.

1 Introduction.

1.1 What are Location-based Services?

1.2 Application Scenarios.

1.3 LBS Actors.

1.4 Standardization.

1.5 Structure of this Book.

Part I: Fundamentals.

2 What is Location?

2.1 Location Categories.

2.2 Spatial Location.

2.3 Conclusion.

3 Spatial Databases and GIS.

3.1 What are Spatial Databases and GIS?

3.2 Geographic versus Spatial Data Models.

3.3 Representing Spatial Objects.

3.4 Features and Themes.

3.5 Algorithms of Computational Geometry.

3.6 Geography Markup Language.

3.7 Conclusion.

4 Basics of Wireless Communications.

4.1 Signals.

4.2 Propagation of Radio Signals.

4.3 Multiplexing and Multiple Access.

4.4 Conclusion.

5 Cellular Networks and Location Management.

5.1 Overview of Cellular Systems.

5.2 Principles of Cellular Networks.

5.3 Mobility Management.

5.4 Common Concepts of Location Management.

5.5 Location Management in CS Networks.

5.6 Location Management in PS Networks.

5.7 Conclusion.

Part II: Positioning.

6 Fundamentals of Positioning.

6.1 Classification of Positioning Infrastructures.

6.2 Basic Positioning Methods.

6.3 Range Measurements.

6.4 Accuracy and Precision.

6.5 Error Sources.

6.6 Conclusion.

7 Satellite Positioning.

7.1 Historical Background.

7.2 Orbital Motion of Satellite Systems.

7.3 Global Positioning System.

7.4 Differential GPS.

7.5 Galileo.

7.6 Conclusion.

8 Cellular Positioning.

8.1 Positioning in GSM Networks.

8.2 Positioning in UMTS Networks.

8.3 Assisted GPS in GSM and UMTS.

8.4 Positioning in other Cellular Systems.

8.5 Conclusion.

9 Indoor Positioning.

9.1 WLAN Positioning.

9.2 RFID Positioning.

9.3 Indoor Positioning with GPS.

9.4 Non Radiolocation Systems.

9.5 Conclusion.

Part III: LBS Operation.

10 Interorganizational LBS Operation.

10.1 LBS Supply Chain.

10.2 Scenarios of the LBS Supply Chain.

10.3 Supplier/Consumer Patterns for Location Dissemination.

10.4 Privacy Protection.

10.5 Conclusion.

11 Architectures and Protocols for Location Services.

11.1 GSMand UMTS Location Services.

11.2 Enhanced Emergency Services.

11.3 Mobile Location Protocol.

11.4 WAP Location Framework.

11.5 Parlay/OSA.

11.6 Geopriv.

11.7 Conclusion.

12 LBS Middleware.

12.1 Conceptual View of an LBS Middleware.

12.2 Location API for J2ME.

12.3 OpenGIS Location Services.

12.4 Conclusion.

13 LBS – The Next Generation.

Bibliography.

Index.


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