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Context Recognition in Multiple Occupants Situations: Detecting the Number of Agents in a Smart Home Environment with Simple Sensors

@inproceedings{Renoux2017ContextRI,
  title={Context Recognition in Multiple Occupants Situations: Detecting the Number of Agents in a Smart Home Environment with Simple Sensors},
  author={Jennifer Renoux and Marjan Alirezaie and Lars Karlsson and Uwe K{\"o}ckemann and Federico Pecora and Amy Loutfi},
  booktitle={AAAI Workshops},
  year={2017}
}
Context-recognition and activity recognition systems in multi-user environments such as smart homes, usually assume to know the number of occupants in the environment. However, being able to count ... 

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