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localize

(lō′kə-līz′)
v. local·ized, local·izing, local·izes
v.tr.
1. To make local: decentralize and localize political authority.
2. To confine or restrict to a particular locality: localized the infection.
3. To attribute to a particular locality: sought to localize the origin of the rumor.
v.intr.
To become local, especially to become fixed in one area or part.

lo′cal·i·za′tion (-kə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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compares localization methods based on Wi-Fi and a combination of BLE and Wi-Fi.
The WCL method is introduced in [7] for outdoor localization using a ZigBee-based sensor network.
Because of these disadvantages, there has been investigation into alternative localization techniques.
In 2001, Gray et al (3) described a novel technique using a titanium seed containing iodine-125 placed into a breast lesion for preoperative localization. Their randomized prospective trial compared women undergoing localization with either WL or radioactive seed localization (RSL).
(i) Three novel measurements, point decision accuracy, path matching error, and wrong jumping ratio, are defined to express the localization smoothness for indoor environment.
(ii) A RSSI-based smooth localization (RSL) algorithm is proposed for the indoor localization.
Based on this motivation, we aim to design a hybrid localization approach for underwater sensor networks, called DLCA, which takes full advantage of computing the data-location at a base station when data packets are received, instead of relying on sensors continuously self-localizing.
First, our work is unique in aiming at localization of location-aware data instead of sensor localization in underwater sensor networks and provides a practical system with hybrid localization.
Although these theories are conceptual and behaviorally measured, there are fewer studies on correlation between conceptual and perceptual facts (self-reports) on auditory localization abilities, which brings about the need for self-reporting questionnaire studies on auditory localization abilities to supplement the behavioral correlation.
Globalyst, currently playing an essential role as the world's first localization testing automation tool, delivers thousands of testing hours in over 65 languages to the global clients.
Over the years, it has been argued that the visually impaired people benefit from augmented hearing and acoustic spatial localization abilities, due to sensory compensation and cross-modal plasticity in the lack of sight [1].
There has been extensive research on the localization problem [1-6].

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