Co-recognition of Human Activity and Sensor Location via Compressed Sensing in Wearable Body Sensor Networks

@article{Xu2012CorecognitionOH,
  title={Co-recognition of Human Activity and Sensor Location via Compressed Sensing in Wearable Body Sensor Networks},
  author={Wenyao Xu and Mi Zhang and Alexander A. Sawchuk and Majid Sarrafzadeh},
  journal={2012 Ninth International Conference on Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks},
  year={2012},
  pages={124-129}
}
Human activity recognition using wearable body sensors is playing a significant role in ubiquitous and mobile computing. One of the issues related to this wearable technology is that the captured activity signals are highly dependent on the location where the sensors are worn on the human body. Existing research work either extracts location information from certain activity signals or takes advantage of the sensor location information as a priori to achieve better activity recognition… CONTINUE READING
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