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Localization and tracking functionalities can benefit a number of applications. Despite the large number of algorithms and technologies that have been proposed in this context, the literature still lacks a widely accepted solution, capable of cutting a tradeoff between service quality (i.e., localization accuracy) and device/architecture cost and complexity. In this paper, the authors tackle the problem from a different and rather new perspective: they investigate how the localization accuracy of nodes can be ameliorated by opportunistically exchanging localization information among heterogeneous nodes that occasionally happen to be in proximity.
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