A Survey of Online Activity Recognition Using Mobile Phones

  title={A Survey of Online Activity Recognition Using Mobile Phones},
  author={Muhammad Shoaib and Stephan Bosch and {\"O}zlem Durmaz Incel and Hans Scholten and Paul J. M. Havinga},
Physical activity recognition using embedded sensors has enabled many context-aware applications in different areas, such as healthcare. Initially, one or more dedicated wearable sensors were used for such applications. However, recently, many researchers started using mobile phones for this purpose, since these ubiquitous devices are equipped with various sensors, ranging from accelerometers to magnetic field sensors. In most of the current studies, sensor data collected for activity… CONTINUE READING
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