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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 ...
Dynamic Sensor Data Segmentation for Real time Activity Recognition
Approaches and algorithms for activity recognition have recently made substantial progress due to advancements in pervasive and mobile computing, smart environments and ambient assisted living. Nevertheless, it is still ...
Combining ontological and temporal formalisms for composite activity modelling and recognition in smart homes
Activity recognition is essential in providing activity assistance for users in smart homes. While significant progress has been made for single-user single-activity recognition, it still remains a challenge to carry out ...
An Agent-mediated Ontology-based Approach for Composite Activity Recognition in Smart Homes
(JOURNAL OF UNIVERSAL COMPUTER SCIENCE, 2013-11-01)
Activity recognition enables ambient assisted living applications to provide activity-aware services to users in smart homes. Despite significant progress being made in activity recognition research, the focus has been on ...
A Hybrid Ontological and Temporal Approach for Composite Activity Modelling
Activity modelling is required to support activity recognition and further to provide activity assistance for users in smart homes. Current research in knowledge-driven activity modelling has mainly focused on single ...
An Ontology-Based Hybrid Approach to Activity Modeling for Smart Homes
Activity models play a critical role for activity recognition and assistance in ambient assisted living. Existing approaches to activity modeling suffer from a number of problems, e.g., cold-start, model reusability, and ...