Yunyoung Nam

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This paper presents a child activity recognition approach using a single 3-axis accelerometer and a barometric pressure sensor worn on a waist of the body to prevent child accidents such as unintentional injuries at home. Labeled accelerometer data are collected from children of both sexes up to the age of 16 to 29 months. To recognize daily activities,(More)
This demonstration presents a content-based leaf image retrieval system that supports wired/wireless access. For example, if we want to know about a plant that we encounter in a mountain or field, we might look it up in an illustrated book. But, it will take a long time to search due to the lack of appropriate indexing or search clues and huge amounts of(More)
We introduce a novel method for the automatic detection of atrial fibrillation (AF) using time-varying coherence functions (TVCF). The TVCF is estimated by the multiplication of two time-varying transfer functions (TVTFs). The two TVTFs are obtained using two adjacent data segments with one data segment as the input signal and the other data segment as the(More)
Recognizing human activity is one of the most important concerns in many ubiquitous computing systems. In this paper, we present a wearable intelligence device for medical monitoring applications. We called the SmartBuckle that is designed to recognize human activity and to monitor vitality. We developed human activity recognition algorithms and evaluated(More)
This paper presents a novel approach for representing the spatio-temporal topology of the camera network with overlapping and non-overlapping fields of view (FOVs). The topology is determined by tracking moving objects and establishing object correspondence across multiple cameras. To track people successfully in multiple camera views, we used the(More)
In this paper, we present a novel approach to retrieve the person images that contain the identical clothing to a query image from the image set captured by multiple CCTV cameras. In order to measure the similarity of the clothing, we analyze the color information of the clothing area in the image. To find the clothing area, we detect the face area first.(More)
This paper present an optimal camera placement method that analyzes a spatial-temporal model and calculates priorities of spaces using simulation of pedestrian movement. In order to cover the space efficiently, we accomplished an agent-based simulation based on classification of space and pattern analysis of moving people. We have developed an agent-based(More)
Sleep disorders are a common affliction for many people even though sleep is one of the most important factors in maintaining good physiological and emotional health. Numerous researchers have proposed various approaches to monitor sleep, such as polysomnography and actigraphy. However, such approaches are costly and often require overnight treatment in(More)