Automatic mapping and modeling of human networks

@inproceedings{Pentland2006AutomaticMA,
  title={Automatic mapping and modeling of human networks},
  author={Alex Pentland},
  year={2006}
}
Mobile telephones, company ID badges, and similar common devices form a sensor network which can be used to map human activity, and especially human interactions. The most informative sensor data seem to be measurements of personto-person proximity, and statistics of vocalization and body movement measurements. Using this data to model individual behavior as a stochastic process allows prediction of future activity, with the greatest predictive power obtained by modeling the interactions… CONTINUE READING
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