Special Issue "Smartphone-Based Sensors for Posture, Movement Analysis and Human Activity Recognition"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2018).
Interests: supervised classification methods; activity recognition; online classification; mHealth; pHealth; SmartHomes
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Interests: social and pervasive computing; human dynamics; infrastructure services for the Internet of Things
Over the past decade, smartphones have become the focus of intense research interest due to three critical features: (1) billions of people worldwide regularly carry a smartphone since their price is affordable, (2) smartphones contain multiple sensors offering similar precision to those found in specialized devices and are almost continuously connected to the Internet, and (3) developers have low-cost and seamless access to smartphone platforms supporting the efficient development and distribution of applications.
As a result, smartphones have emerged as an efficient and effective measuring device widely used as a key research instrument. For example, using the embedded sensors it becomes possible to actively measure specific movements that an individual is asked to perform or attempt to infer from measurements obtained passively patterns of daily life. These tasks require methods and techniques that enable the interpretation of sensed data into movements, postures or activities over time.
This Special Issue solicits original research on the use of smartphone sensors for the estimation of posture, activities and movements. Authors are encouraged to submit original research articles, works in progress or surveys on the following topics of interest include (other relevant topics will also be considered):
- Measurement algorithms and their application for the interpretation of higher level context
- Movement analysis of specific body parts
- Posture analysis and related issues
- Serious games based on movement and sensor readings
- Objective interpretation of data obtained from smartphones sensor analysis
- Healthcare applications including injury prevention, rehabilitation and medication compliance
Dr. Anthony Fleury
Prof. George Roussos
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- Smartphone sensors
- Human behavior analysis
- Activity and action analysis