UCAmI Cup. Analyzing the UJA Human Activity Recognition Dataset of Activities of Daily Living†
AbstractMany real-world applications, which are focused on addressing the needs of a human, require information pertaining to the activities being performed. The UCAmI Cup is an event held within the context of the International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence, where delegates are given the opportunity to use their tools and techniques to analyse a previously unseen human activity recognition dataset and to compare their results with others working in the same domain. In this paper, the human activity recognition dataset used relates to activities of daily living generated in the UJAmI Smart Lab, University of Jaén. The dataset chosen for the first edition of the UCAmI Cup represents 246 activities performed over a period of ten days carried out by a single inhabitant. The dataset includes four data sources: (i) event streams from 30 binary sensors, (ii) intelligent floor location data, (iii) proximity data between a smart watch worn by the inhabitant and 15 Bluetooth Low Energy beacons and (iv) acceleration of the smart watch. In this first edition of the UCAmI Cup, 26 participants from 10 different countries contacted the organizers to obtain the dataset.
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Espinilla, M.; Medina, J.; Nugent, C. UCAmI Cup. Analyzing the UJA Human Activity Recognition Dataset of Activities of Daily Living. Proceedings 2018, 2, 1267.
Espinilla M, Medina J, Nugent C. UCAmI Cup. Analyzing the UJA Human Activity Recognition Dataset of Activities of Daily Living. Proceedings. 2018; 2(19):1267.Chicago/Turabian Style
Espinilla, Macarena; Medina, Javier; Nugent, Chris. 2018. "UCAmI Cup. Analyzing the UJA Human Activity Recognition Dataset of Activities of Daily Living." Proceedings 2, no. 19: 1267.
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