Yürür, Özgür; Liu, Chi Harold; Perera, Charith; Chen, Min; Liu, Xue; Moreno, Wilfrido
New-generation mobile devices will inevitably be employed within the realm of ubiquitous sensing. In particular, smartphones have been increasingly used for human activity recognition (HAR)-based studies. It is believed that recognizing human-centric activity patterns could accurately enough give a better understanding of human behaviors. Further, such an ability could have a chance to assist individuals to enhance the quality of their lives. However, the integration and realization of...[Show more]
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