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Activity Recognition in Pervasive Intelligent Environments
(Atlantis Press, 2011)
This book consists of a number of chapters addressing different aspects of activity recognition, roughly in three main categories of topics. The first topic will be focused on activity modeling, representation and reasoning ...
Ontology-based Learning Framework for Activity Assistance in an Adaptive Smart Home
(Atlantis Press, 2011-05)
Activity and behaviour modelling are significant for activity recognition and personalized assistance, respectively, in smart home based assisted living. Ontology-based activity and behaviour modelling is able to leverage ...
Towards Research-led Learning Pedagogy: A Case Study
(Higher Education Academy, 2011-08)
Research and teaching are always going hand in hand for high-quality learning in higher education. Nevertheless, their synergy and interplay are subject dependant and specific in terms of the level and nature of the student ...
Editorial: Knowledge-Driven Activity Recognition in Intelligent Environments
This is an editorial.
OntoFarm: An Ontology-based Framework for Activity Recognition and Model Evolution
OntoFarm aims to co-ordinate and streamline the core activities within the process of Activity Recognition within Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) towards a systematic solution that is scalable and applicable to real world ...
WiiPD - An Approach for the Objective Home Assessment of Parkinson's Disease
Activity modelling and discovery plays a critical role in smart home based assisted living. Existing approaches to pattern recognition using data-intensive analysis suffers from various drawbacks. To address these shortcomings, ...
Assessment and Visualization of Parkinson's Disease Tremor
Current clinical methods of Parkinson's disease assessment are known to be subjective and potentially error prone. This paper presents a preliminary investigation into the development of a novel approach for the assessment ...
Comparison of Fusion Methods Based on DST and DBN in Human Activity Recognition
Ambient assistive living environments require sophisticated information fusion and reasoning techniques to accurately identify activities of a person under care. In this paper, we explain, compare and discuss the application ...
Human Positioning and Tracking using Colour Pattern Matching
The gold standard for detection and tracking of a human target in an indoor setting is Background Subtraction (BS). However BS has numerous problems when utilised indoors. Colour pattern matching may offer a viable and ...
Workshop overview for the international workshop on situation, activity and goal awareness
This report summarizes the International Workshop on Situation, Activity and Goal Awareness held at the 13th ACM International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, on September 18 in Beijing, China.