MEASURING MOVEMENT AND LOCATION IN ENCLOSED SPACES USING 3-AXIS ANISOTROPIC MAGNETO RESISTIVE SENSOR ARRAY

Alexander J. Weir, Yeong Y. Lee, Kenneth E.L. McColl

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