An activity monitoring system for elderly care using generative and discriminative models

@article{Kasteren2009AnAM,
  title={An activity monitoring system for elderly care using generative and discriminative models},
  author={Tim van Kasteren and Gwenn Englebienne and Ben J. A. Kr{\"o}se},
  journal={Personal and Ubiquitous Computing},
  year={2009},
  volume={14},
  pages={489-498}
}
An activity monitoring system allows many applications to assist in care giving for elderly in their homes. In this paper we present a wireless sensor network for unintrusive observations in the home and show the potential of generative and discriminative models for recognizing activities from such observations. Through a large number of experiments using four real world datasets we show the effectiveness of the generative hidden Markov model and the discriminative conditional random fields in… CONTINUE READING
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