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This dissertation explores the intersection of data fusion, federated learning, and Bayesian methods, with a focus on their applications in indoor localization, GNSS, and image processing. Data fusion involves integrating data and knowledge from multiple sources. It becomes essential when data is only available in a distributed fashion or when different sensors are used to infer a quantity of interest. Data fusion typically includes raw data fusion, feature fusion, and decision fusion. In this thesis, we will concentrate on feature fusion. Distributed data fusion involves merging sensor data from different sources to estimate an unknown process. Bayesian framework is often used because it can provide an optimal and explainable feature by preserving the full distribution ... toggle 6 keywords

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Peng Wu
Northeastern University
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April 30, 2024

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