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Jin, Y., Tian, Z., Zhou, M., Wang, H..  2020.  MuTrack: Multiparameter Based Indoor Passive Tracking System Using Commodity WiFi. ICC 2020 - 2020 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC). :1—6.
Device-Free Localization and Tracking (DFLT) acts as a key component for the contactless awareness applications such as elderly care and home security. However, the random phase errors in WiFi signal and weak target echoes submerged in background clutter signals are mainly obstacles for current DFLT systems. In this paper, we propose the design and implementation of MuTrack, a multiparameter based DFLT system using commodity WiFi devices with a single link. Firstly, we select an antenna with maximum reliability index as the reference antenna for signal sanitization in which the conjugate operation removes the random phase errors. Secondly, we design a multi-dimensional parameters estimator and then refine path parameters by optimizing the complete data of path components. Finally, the Hungarian Kalman Filter based tracking method is proposed to derive accurate locations from low-resolution parameter estimates. We extensively validate the proposed system in typical indoor environment and these experimental results show that MuTrack can achieve high tracking accuracy with the mean error of 0.82 m using only a single link.
Cheng, X., Zhou, M., Song, X., Gu, M., Sun, J..  2017.  IntPTI: Automatic integer error repair with proper-type inference. 2017 32nd IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE). :996–1001.

Integer errors in C/C++ are caused by arithmetic operations yielding results which are unrepresentable in certain type. They can lead to serious safety and security issues. Due to the complicated semantics of C/C++ integers, integer errors are widely harbored in real-world programs and it is error-prone to repair them even for experts. An automatic tool is desired to 1) automatically generate fixes which assist developers to correct the buggy code, and 2) provide sufficient hints to help developers review the generated fixes and better understand integer types in C/C++. In this paper, we present a tool IntPTI that implements the desired functionalities for C programs. IntPTI infers appropriate types for variables and expressions to eliminate representation issues, and then utilizes the derived types with fix patterns codified from the successful human-written patches. IntPTI provides a user-friendly web interface which allows users to review and manage the fixes. We evaluate IntPTI on 7 real-world projects and the results show its competitive repair accuracy and its scalability on large code bases. The demo video for IntPTI is available at:\_FgZM.