Activity Recognition With Mobile Phones

author: Jordan Frank, School of Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, McGill University
published: Oct. 3, 2011,   recorded: September 2011,   views: 4048


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Our demonstration consists of a working activity and gait recognition system, implemented on a commercial smartphone. The activity recognition feature allows participants to train various activities, such as running, walking, or jumping, on the phone; the system can then identify when those activities are performed. The gait recognition feature learns particular characteristics of how participants walk, allowing the phone to identify the person carrying it.

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