Generic Timing Model
- Start date: 01.01.2002
- End date: 31.12.2005
- Funded by: Universität Augsburg
- Local head of project: Prof. Dr. Theo Ungerer
To evaluate prediction techniques proposed in the Context Prediction Project we needed movements of various clerks in an office building. Therefore we recorded the movements of four test persons within our institute building and packaged the data in the Augsburg Indoor Location Tracking Benchmarks.
The Augsburg Indoor Location Tracking Benchmarks were derived within the Smart Doorplate Project which acts as test bed for implementation and evaluation of the proposed prediction techniques in the Context Prediction Project.
We collected the data in two steps; first we performed measurements during the summer term and second during the fall term 2003. In the summer we recorded the movements of four test persons through our institute over two weeks. The summer data range from 101 to 448 location changes. We started a further measurement with the same four test persons in the fall 2003. Here we accumulated date over five weeks. The fall data range from 432 to 982 location changes.
The manual of the Augsburg Indoor Location Tracking Benchmarks is available as Technical Report. The data files can be downloaded here. The Augsburg Benchmarks are also available at the Context Database of the University of Linz.
- Augsburg Indoor Location Tracking Benchmarks
Technical Report, Institute of Computer Science, University of Augsburg, April 2004