The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Real-time computing, Telecommunications, Human–computer interaction, Wireless and Physical layer. The Real-time computing study combines topics in areas such as Radio-frequency identification and Channel state information, Communication channel. In the field of Telecommunications, his study on Multipath propagation overlaps with subjects such as Vocabulary and Context.
He combines subjects such as Convergence and Feature with his study of Multipath propagation. His Wireless research includes themes of Scalability, Computer network and Omnidirectional antenna. He has researched Physical layer in several fields, including Intrusion detection system, Antenna diversity and Robustness.
His primary areas of study are Real-time computing, Artificial intelligence, Wireless, Computer network and Crowdsourcing. His Real-time computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sensor array, Multipath propagation and Channel state information. His research integrates issues of Machine learning, Latency and Computer vision in his study of Artificial intelligence.
His Wireless study is concerned with the field of Telecommunications as a whole. His research in Telecommunications intersects with topics in Motion and Wireless sensor network. His work in Computer network tackles topics such as Physical layer which are related to areas like Key.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Crowdsourcing, Data science, Artificial intelligence, Algorithm and Quantization. Crowdsourcing is connected with Theoretical computer science and Incentive in his study. His Theoretical computer science research focuses on subjects like Reliability, which are linked to Approximation algorithm.
He has included themes like Topic model and Control in his Data science study. Zimu Zhou combines subjects such as Redundancy, Machine learning and Computation with his study of Artificial intelligence. Information and Communications Technology is intertwined with Calibration, Real-time computing, Software deployment and Air quality index in his study.
Crowdsourcing, Online algorithm, User experience design, Linear programming and Graph are his primary areas of study. His Crowdsourcing study overlaps with Mechanism design, Data science, Control, Sharing economy and Incentive. His Online algorithm investigation overlaps with other areas such as Profit and On demand.
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From RSSI to CSI: Indoor localization via channel response
Zheng Yang;Zimu Zhou;Yunhao Liu.
ACM Computing Surveys (2013)
We can hear you with Wi-Fi!
Guanhua Wang;Yongpan Zou;Zimu Zhou;Kaishun Wu.
acm/ieee international conference on mobile computing and networking (2014)
A Survey on Wireless Indoor Localization from the Device Perspective
Jiang Xiao;Zimu Zhou;Youwen Yi;Lionel M. Ni.
ACM Computing Surveys (2016)
Non-Invasive Detection of Moving and Stationary Human With WiFi
Chenshu Wu;Zheng Yang;Zimu Zhou;Xuefeng Liu.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2015)
Mobility Increases Localizability: A Survey on Wireless Indoor Localization using Inertial Sensors
Zheng Yang;Chenshu Wu;Zimu Zhou;Xinglin Zhang.
ACM Computing Surveys (2015)
Free Market of Crowdsourcing: Incentive Mechanism Design for Mobile Sensing
Xinglin Zhang;Zheng Yang;Zimu Zhou;Haibin Cai.
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (2014)
PADS: Passive detection of moving targets with dynamic speed using PHY layer information
Kun Qian;Chenshu Wu;Zheng Yang;Yunhao Liu.
international conference on parallel and distributed systems (2014)
The Simpler The Better: A Unified Approach to Predicting Original Taxi Demands based on Large-Scale Online Platforms
Yongxin Tong;Yuqiang Chen;Zimu Zhou;Lei Chen.
knowledge discovery and data mining (2017)
Inferring Motion Direction using Commodity Wi-Fi for Interactive Exergames
Kun Qian;Chenshu Wu;Zimu Zhou;Yue Zheng.
human factors in computing systems (2017)
PhaseU: Real-time LOS identification with WiFi
Chenshu Wu;Zheng Yang;Zimu Zhou;Kun Qian.
international conference on computer communications (2015)
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