LOC8 : A location model and extensible framework for programming with location
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Location is a core concept in most pervasive systems-and one that's surprisingly hard to deal with flexibly. Using a location model supporting a range of expressive representations for spaces, spatial relationships, and positioning systems, the authors constructed LOC8, a programming framework for exploring location data's multifaceted representations and uses. With LOC8, developers can construct complex queries by combining basic queries and additional contextual information.
Stevenson , G T , Ye , J , Dobson , S A & Nixon , P 2010 , ' LOC8 : A location model and extensible framework for programming with location ' IEEE Pervasive Computing , vol 9 , no. 1 , pp. 28-37 . DOI: 10.1109/MPRV.2009.90
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