*From*: Andreas Rossbacher <andreas.rossbacher@xxxxxxx>*To*: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx*Date*: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 13:19:55 +0200

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Michael Rossberg wrote: > > can you put it to some web account? would be cool. The Java stuff is at: http://www.ping.de/~andreas/IDWI.zip But i have to warn: It is ugly and slow by desgin shitty code. And the documentation is almost not there. :-) I even have no idea if i did everything right. It looks like though. There might be somehting wrong with the distance based decrease. But it looks quite ok on the number board the programm creates. The theory about the algorithm is from here: http://www.ems-i.com/gmshelp/Interpolation/Interpolation_Schemes/Inverse_Distance_Weighted/Shepards_Method.htm Here is some site where they did some stuff with a sort of this algorithm. http://www.ittc.ku.edu/wlan/ The hardest problem for me was, that the algorithm is desigend to interpolate a few points of data to the whole image. But it is more for themperatures in a room or so, not for wlan which "naturally" decreases. I did read some books about radio transmission and dispersion. So i got the decrease calculations from there. >>Secondly it would be great that for visualisation it would be great >>to show all nets that have the same name at one time. You you can >>visalize mult AP nets on the map. > > was already planned =) Good to hear that. - -- bye Andreas -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.2.1-nr1 (Windows XP) Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org iQDVAwUBPucQWzkz2wj/y23tAQE1hAX/TFrpJ7U6KOLBa1ZgBGIk+Jw8pyPVcJMS T4ibGbCWzzupK856CVvrUPtNNTsgGXgvhn2UBD1Kl8RRhJJ1hpuH3d7BsNyQmGYt cSI5PGsrOyRZAWxv3L+owd7FonCxgHNHHQXULgzTPERyyInocqsePgXAGIdtiYfn 90XELqXX7RSqMVFYNUowJ6e37RZm0kc8ur+/Pgd4G35Hg4KnU16ppMlQEDwihX5i FhEg3HjJ/4tpo58oEWfxr8ZJsebcmEY/ =+ZIh -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

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