Special Issue "Human Motion Monitoring and Modeling"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2022) | Viewed by 1099
Interests: cyber-physical systems; Internet of Things; ubiquitous computing
Interests: Cyber-Physical Systems; Mobile Health; Ubiquitous Computing; Smart Environments
Long-term continuous monitoring and modeling of human motion could enable various new applications of Internet of Things (e.g., smart homes, new HCIs, patient/elderly care) as well as novel diagnostic tools (e.g., fall risk, dementia, rehabilitation). Therefore, non-intrusive, fine-grained, and accurate human motion monitoring and modeling have become essential for various smart applications. Current state-of-the-art solutions include various on-body and off-body sensors as well as multimodal heterogeneous sensing systems. The challenges include and are not limited to 1) limited labeled data, 2) limited devices/sensors, 3) limited computational resources, 4) personalization and user variance, 5) behavior profiling and anomaly detection, and 6) system quantification and optimization. Potential submissions could cover 1) the development of new sensors, 2) repurposing existing sensors, and/or 3) combining heterogeneous sensors to capture human motion.
Submissions could also cover methods and systems that acquire finer-grained human motion and/or utilize captured human motion to achieve behavior modeling.
Dr. Shijia Pan
Dr. Shubham Jain
Dr. VP Nguyen
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- human motion monitoring
- fine-grained motion modeling
- on-body/off-body sensing
- human variance