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A-Wristocracy: Deep learning on wrist-worn sensing for recognition of user complex activities

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A-Wristocracy: Deep learning on wrist-worn sensing for recognition of user complex activities
—In this work we present A-Wristocracy, a novel framework for recognizing very fine-grained and complex inhome activities of human users (particularly elderly people) with wrist-worn device sensing. Our designed A-Wristocracy system improves upon the state-of-the-art works on in-home activity recognition using wearables. These works are mostly able to detect coarse-grained ADLs (Activities of Daily Living) but not large number of fine-grained and complex IADLs (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living). These are also not able to distinguish similar activities but with different context (such as sit on floor vs. sit on bed vs. sit on sofa). Our solution helps accurate detection of in-home ADLs/ IADLs and contextual activities, which are all critically important for remote elderly care in tracking their physical and cognitive capabilities. A-Wristocracy makes it feasible to classify large number of fine-grained and complex activities, through Deep Learning based data analytics and ...
Praneeth Vepakomma, Debraj De, Sajal K. Das, Shekh
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Year 2015
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Authors Praneeth Vepakomma, Debraj De, Sajal K. Das, Shekhar Bhansali
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