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A Public Domain Dataset for Human Activity Recognition using Smartphones

  title={A Public Domain Dataset for Human Activity Recognition using Smartphones},
  author={D. Anguita and Alessandro Ghio and L. Oneto and Xavier Parra and Jorge Luis Reyes-Ortiz},
Human-centered computing is an emerging research field that aims to understand human behavior and integrate users and their social context with computer systems. [] Key Method In this context, we describe in this work an Activity Recognition database, built from the recordings of 30 subjects doing Activities of Daily Living (ADL) while carrying a waist-mounted smartphone with embedded inertial sensors, which is released to public domain on a well-known on-line repository. Results, obtained on the dataset by…

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