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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:137
Date: 2017-01-11

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essential for service consumers to find the right one. Manually assigning feedback costs much time and suffers from several&#13;
drawbacks. Only automatic trust calculation is feasible for large-scale service-oriented applications. Therefore an automatic&#13;
method of trust calculation is proposed. To make the calculation accurate, the Kalman filter is adopted to filter out malicious&#13;
non-trust quality criterion (NTQC) values instead of malicious trust values. To offer higher detection accuracy, it is further&#13;
improved by considering the relationship between NTQC values and variances. Since dishonest or inaccurate values can still&#13;
influence trust values, the similarity between consumers is used to weight data from other consumers. As existing models&#13;
only used the Euclidean function and ignored others, a collection of distance functions is modified to calculate the similarity.&#13;
Finally, experiments are carried out to access the robustness of the proposed model. The results show that the improved&#13;
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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:136
Date: 2017-01-24

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study how the position estimation error is improved upon by carefully considering the inherent properties of the UWB technology&#13;
and the reflection properties of transmitted UWB signals. By a direct comparison between TROA and two widely used&#13;
multilateration techniques, the authors show that indoor position estimation can be done much more effectively using their&#13;
proposed solution. They also derive a new Cramér–Rao lower bound for TROA multilateration and use it to show its level&#13;
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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:135
Date: 2017-03-27

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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:134
Date: 2017-04-11

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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:132
Date: 2017-01-27

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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:130
Date: 2016-08-10

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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:129
Date: 2017-05-25

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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:128
Date: 2017-01-23

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Date: 2017-03-27

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Date: 2017-03-27

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Date: 2017-07-15

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Date: 2017-03-13

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Date: 2017-02-08

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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:56
Date: 2017-07-26

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Date: 2017-03-15

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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:54
Date: 2017-05-25

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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:52
Date: 2017-04-24

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Date: 2017-04-24

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Date: 2017-06-08

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Date: 2016-05-24

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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:20
Date: 2017-02-06

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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:19
Date: 2017-04-08

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ID: oai:researchopen.lsbu.ac.uk:17
Date: 2016-11-18

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Date: 2017-08-25

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