In pedestrian navigation, navigators are free to choose any passable way. Because of this characteristic, accurate route instructions are important when navigating from waypoint to waypoint. In this paper, a theoretical framework is described for dealing with position uncertainty in pedestrian guiding systems. Stages of closeness are defined based on the topological relation between the navigator and a waypoint. These stages of closeness allow for refining route instructions and, therefore, leading to more accurate navigation and increased efficiency of the system.
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- Refined Route Instructions Using Topological Stages of Closeness
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