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Scenarios


* File naming convention

: sS_tT_YYYY-MM-DD_hh:mm[_info][+suffix][_similarity].extension

With:
- S :: scenario number, on two digits.
- T :: test number; for a given scenario, the first test number is 01,
and each time the scenario is played the test number is
incremented.
- YYYY :: year.
- MM :: month.
- DD :: day.
- hh :: hour.
- mm :: minutes.
- info :: an optional informative string can be added, for example when
a scenario has to be run several times with different parameters; when
not obvious, the meaning of such suffixes should be documented in the
report files.
- suffix :: an optional suffix can be added, separated by a +; suffixes
have the following meanings:
+ coord :: the real coordinate were added in the file;
+ calib :: the file is a manual calibration file, containing
calibration requests (type 1) (+coord is implied, as
manual calibration requests always contain the mobile's
coordinates); it can be made from real calibration
requests, or from simple positioning requests with added
coordinates and adapted type.
- extension :: file extension:
+ agg :: OwlPS Aggregator output file;
+ txt :: experiment report;
+ log :: OwlPS Positioner log file (recorded at the input);
+ pos :: OwlPS Positioner results;
+ out :: OwlPS Positioner standard output;
+ err :: OwlPS Positioner standard error;
+ ods :: results formatted in a spreadsheet.

For the result files, the name of the similarity algorithm used to
compute the positions is added after the suffix. For now it can be one
of the following:
- mean,
- interval,
- interval2.


* Experiment rules and information

Except if stated otherwise, all the scenarios follow these rules (or
should follow them for future tests). The description of the scenarios
has precedence over these common rules. Moreover, the report files
associated with each test should also warn about each noticed mistake,
and each exception made to these rules or to the scenario description.

** TODO Deployment area

FIXME présentation de la mine, description du niveau 70
- tuyaux (cf. À mesurer)
- parois irrégulières

** Hardware

*** Wireless cards

All the wireless devices (mobile terminal and capture points) are
equipped with Mini PCI MikroTik RouterBoard R52Hn IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
cards. Since we work only with 802.11b/g, only one of the two MC
connectors of the card is used (cf. the next paragraph, /Antennas/). The
Linux driver for these cards is ath9k. The power transmission used is 25
dBm.

*** Antennas

All the wireless devices are equipped with an RP-SMA triband 2.4/5.1/5.8
GHz rubber ducky antenna, connected to the device with a RP-SMA to Type
N adapter and a 22 cm long cable with a MC connector plugged into the
wireless card. The gain of these antennas at 2.4 GHz is 3 dBi.

*** Mobile terminal

The mobile terminal is a MikroTik RouterBoard 411AH powered by a
portable car battery booster kit that provides 110 V AC power plugs (and
is freaking heavy!).

*** Capture points

Five capture points are used, all of the MikroTik brand but with
different models:
- CP1, CP2 and CP3: RouterBoard 433 (3 Ethernet connectors)
- CP5 and CP6: RouterBoard 411
(There is no CP4.)

*** Aggregation server

Lenovo ThinkPad X200 running Debian GNU/Linux unstable (Linux 3.9).

** Position of the capture points

CP3 is put on a block of concrete, its antenna is at 0.70 m above the
floor, in vertical position, in direction of the ceiling. The other
capture points are attached to the ceiling and have their antennas in
vertical position, in the direction of the ground.

The capture points' coordinates are given in the OwlPS Positioner's
configuration file [[./owlps-config/listeners-rb.csv]], and you can also
visuazise their positions on the map [[./figures/canmet70.svg]].

FIXME (cf. Position des bornes)

CP2 sits on top of a plastic door with a wooden frame; its antenna is
20 cm south of the door.

CP1, CP2 and CP5 are powered by a 24 V PoE (Power over Ethernet) switch
located next to CP1; CP3 and CP6 are powered by two PoE injectors
located next to CP3.

** Network set up

The capture points and the aggregation server are connected through an
Ethernet network. The deployment plan [[./figures/canmet_deployment.svg]]
shows the wiring used, that takes advantage of the fact than the
RouterBoard 433 have 3 ethernet connectors (the 3 ports of each board
are set up in a bridge). The IP network used in the wired deployment is
192.168.88.0/24. Each capture point has an address of the form
192.168.88.10x, where x is the capture point's number (CPx). The
aggregation server has address 192.168.88.254.

To transmit autocalibration requests, the capture points are connected
through an ad hoc Wi-Fi network, and transmit requests to one of the
other nearby capture points (this can also be seen in the deployment
plan):
- CP1 transmits to CP2
- CP2 transmits to CP1
- CP3 transmits to CP6
- CP5 transmits to CP1
- CP6 transmits to CP3

The IP network used in this ad hoc network is 192.168.89.0/24; the
addresses are equivalent to the addresses in the wired network
(192.168.89.10x).

The mobile terminal is connected to a portable Wi-Fi access point (AP),
which is a smartphone running CyanogenMod 10.1.0. The positioning
requests are transmitted to the AP's IP address. Though it would have
been possible to use the ad hoc network created by the capture points
for this purpose, this would have implied to set up routing between the
capture points (to avoid having to change the destination host from one
capture point to another) and seemed a unnecessary complication.
Moreover, it allows to control the transmission of the positioning
requests simply by turning on and off the AP.

** TODO Environmental parameters

The temperature and humidity FIXME

** OwlPS configuration

*** Aggregator

OwlPS Aggregator version v1.3.3-72-g4d8e9cf was used (slightly earlier
versions were also used in the first days of the experiments).

OwlPS Aggregator is run with the default parameters as of the version
used, with autocalibration enabled. These parameters can be found in the
configuration file [[./owlps-config/owlps-aggregator.conf]].

These parameters are not very important, except for the delay between
two autocalibration orders. The default value is 1000 ms.

*** Listener

OwlPS Listener version v1.3.3-17-gdc60892 was used.

The OwlPS Listener program runs continuously, with the autocalibration
activated. The exact parameters can be found in the configuration file
[[./owlps-config/owlps-listener.conf]].

The default autocalibration parameters are used, i.e.:
- 20 packets (-n20),
- 25 ms between two packets (-t25).

*** Client

OwlPS Client version v1.3.3-17-gdc60892 was used.

The mobile terminal continuously sends positioning requests with the
following parameters:
- 20 packets (-n20),
- 10 ms between two packets (-t10),
- 800 ms between two requests (-F800).
Therefore, one request is transmitted approximately each second.
As stated above, the destination IP address is the AP's one (i.e.
192.168.43.1 in our setup).

The complete command used to launch OwlPS Client is the following:
: owlps-client -i 192.168.43.1 -n20 -t10 -F800

** Measurement-related rules and information

- When the terminal is static, it is put on a small wooden table (66 cm
high) and the altitude of the antenna's base is 0.70 m above the
floor.
- When the terminal is carried by an operator, the altitude of the
antenna's base is 1 m above the floor.
- When the terminal is static, either on the table or carried by an
operator, its antenna is vertical.
- When the terminal is static, either on the table or carried by an
operator, the measurements are taken for at least five minutes.
- In the scenarios in which an operator carries it and walks, the
terminal is attached to the belt, and the antenna can bend somewhat
due to body motion (the bending is approximately 45° forward).
- The default packet size is used; the packet size received by the
capture points is FIXME bytes for positioning requests and FIXME for
(auto)calibration requests.

** Measurement procedure

- The infrastructure (Listeners and Aggregator) must be started first
and at least two rounds of autocalibration request done (i.e. each
capture point must have sent at least two autocalibration requests)
before the mobile terminal is started. As a best practice, the
measurements should start at least 20 seconds after the Aggregator
is started.

** TODO Measurement points


* Scenarios

Scenarios are divided in three series, and the scenario number starts
with the series number:
- Series 0 :: the client terminal is static, with no operator in the
measurement area.
- Series 1 :: ditto, but in unfavourable locations.
- Series 2 :: the client terminal is carried by a human operator, which
can be either static or in motion.
- Series 3 :: the client terminal is attached to a vehicle.

# FIXME This series of scenarios is schematised in the figure
# [[./figures/room.svg]].

** Series 0: empty area

In these scenarios, the client terminal is static, on a wooden table
(cf. supra, /Measurement-related rules/). The measurements are taken
for at least 5 minutes.

*** Scenario 01: dead end drift

The client terminal is located at the emergency exit (end of the tunnel
at the west of CP6). More precisely, it is at about 2 m from the end of
the tunnel, 49 m from CP6, and in the middle of the tunnel (about 1.10 m
from each side).

*** Scenario 02: next to CP6

The client terminal is located under CP6, but in the middle of the
tunnel (CP6 is not exactly in the middle of the tunnel, cf. supra,
/Position of the capture points/).

*** Scenario 03: next to CP3

The client terminal is located next to CP3, in the middle of the tunnel,
at:
- 1.30 m from CP3,
- 1.80 m from the north-west wall.

*** Scenario 04: against CP3

This is a test scenario in which the client terminal is very close to
CP3, in order to determine if the transmission with CP6, CP2 and CP1 is
the same for the two devices. Please see the report files for more
detail.

*** Scenario 05: straight tunnel, middle and walls

In this scenario, the client terminal is located precisely between CP3
and CP2, which is a straight tunnel section. Measurements are taken with
the terminal.
1. in the middle of the tunnel, in which case it is in line of sight
with both CP2 and CP3;
2. against the east wall;
3. against the west wall.

When against the walls, the terminal may not be in line of sight of the
two CPs any more. Please see the report files for a precise indication
of the terminal position.

*** Scenario 06: straight tunnel, middle and recess

This scenario is very similar to the previous one, except the mobile
terminal is located in front of the ventilation raise in tunnel section
between CP2 and CP1. Two measurements are taken:
1. the terminal is in the middle of the tunnel, in line of sight with
CP2 (and good visibility from CP1, despite the lack of line of
sight);
2. the terminal is in the recess of the west side of the tunnel, at
about 50-60 cm from the wall, with no line of sight from both CPs.

At the first position, the client terminal is at 18 m from CP2 (18.20 m
from the plastic door).

*** Scenario 07: intersection, next to CP1

The client terminal is located at the intersection where CP1 sits.
Please see the report files for the precise position.

** Series 1: empty area, difficult location

*** Scenario 11: ore loading point

The ore loading points are what appear as six short north-south-oriented
tunnels in the southern tunnel where is CP6. In this scenario, the
client terminal is in the second loading point from the east of the
tunnel, that is between CP6 and CP3, at 13 m from CP6. It is in the
middle (east-west) of the loading point, at 4.50 m north of the middle
of the east-west tunnel (that is, about 5.50 m from the south wall).
Obviously, the terminal is not in line of sight with either CP6 or CP3.

*** Scenario 12: recess, south-west of CP3

The client terminal is located in the recess at the south-west of CP3
(north wall of the south tunnel). More precisely, it is 12.20 m from
CP3 and at about 0,75 m from the north and west walls of the
recess. The west wall of the recess is at 13.50 m from CP3 (and
therefore at 75 - 13.50 = 61.50 m from CP6). The terminal is in line of
sight with CP3, but not with CP6 or CP2.

*** Scenario 13: uncovered area

The client terminal is located at the end of the tunnel at the east of
CP3, near the water tank. On the map, the wall of the water tank is the
red line at the end of the blue-colored walls; the terminal is at 1.50 m
at the east of this wall. Other distance indications:
- the terminal is at 10 m from the plastic door and the door is at 6.50
m from the west wall of the main tunnel;
- therefore, the terminal is at 16.50 m from the west wall of the main
tunnel;
- CP3 is at 5.80 m from the same point of the west wall of the main
tunnel;
- the terminal is at 1.90 m from the south wall of the room;
- the terminal is at 1.30 m from the north side of the water tank, and
at 4 m from the north wall of the room;
- walking, CP3 and the terminal are separated by about 17.50 m.

*** Scenario 14: other non-covered area

The client terminal is located in the section at the west of CP1. Please
see the report files for the precise location.

** Series 2: human operator

*** Scenario 21: dead end drift

This scenario is similar to the scenario 01, but the client terminal is
carried by a human operator. Please see the report files for the
description of the variations experimented.

*** Scenario 22: walking along all the tunnels

In this scenario, the operator walks from the south-west end of the
covered gallery, near the emergency exit, at 2 m from the west wall,
and goes all the way along the covered sections of tunnel to stop under
CP5. In order to ease the treatment of the data, he stops next to each
capture point and turns off the access point, hence preventing
positioning requests to be sent. After about 30 seconds, the AP is
started again, the operator waits for 5 to 6 seconds (the time needed by
the client terminal to reconnect to the AP), then starts walking again.

See the report files for precise timing.

*** Scenario 23: walking in a non-covered area

This scenario is similar to scenario 13, but the operator carries the
mobile terminal from the middle of the main tunnel, facing the plastic
door (at 6.65 m from CP3, 4.85 m from the door and 1.70 m from the west
wall) to the water tank. The operator stops at about 0.50 m in front of
the water tank.

*** Scenario 24: walking in the northern tunnel

The operator starts 40 m west of CP1, in line of sight and walks the
tunnel west, in direction of CP1 and CP5, to end at the intersection at
the west of CP5.

** Series 3: vehicle

*** Scenario 31: driving along all the tunnels

This scenario is similar to scenario 22, but the mobile terminal is
mounted on a small mine transporter of the following dimensions:
- width: 1.40 m
- length: 2 m
- height: 1.90 m

The terminal is attached at 1.70 m above the ground level, and is at
0.30 m from the left side of the vehicle.

The vehicle starts from the the nearest ore loading point from the
emergency exit (it was to big to go at the very end of the tunnel). It
then follows almost the same path as in scenario 22, stopping next to
each capture point in the same way. After CP5, the vehicle continues to
the west intersection.

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