A Flexible Approach for Human Activity Recognition Using Artificial Hydrocarbon Networks
AbstractPhysical activity recognition based on sensors is a growing area of interest given the great advances in wearable sensors. Applications in various domains are taking advantage of the ease of obtaining data to monitor personal activities and behavior in order to deliver proactive and personalized services. Although many activity recognition systems have been developed for more than two decades, there are still open issues to be tackled with new techniques. We address in this paper one of the main challenges of human activity recognition: Flexibility. Our goal in this work is to present artificial hydrocarbon networks as a novel flexible approach in a human activity recognition system. In order to evaluate the performance of artificial hydrocarbon networks based classifier, experimentation was designed for user-independent, and also for user-dependent case scenarios. Our results demonstrate that artificial hydrocarbon networks classifier is flexible enough to be used when building a human activity recognition system with either user-dependent or user-independent approaches. View Full-Text
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Ponce, H.; Miralles-Pechuán, L.; Martínez-Villaseñor, M.L. A Flexible Approach for Human Activity Recognition Using Artificial Hydrocarbon Networks. Sensors 2016, 16, 1715.
Ponce H, Miralles-Pechuán L, Martínez-Villaseñor ML. A Flexible Approach for Human Activity Recognition Using Artificial Hydrocarbon Networks. Sensors. 2016; 16(11):1715.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ponce, Hiram; Miralles-Pechuán, Luis; Martínez-Villaseñor, María L. 2016. "A Flexible Approach for Human Activity Recognition Using Artificial Hydrocarbon Networks." Sensors 16, no. 11: 1715.
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