Group Activity Recognition Using Wearable Sensing Devices

@inproceedings{Gordon2014GroupAR,
  title={Group Activity Recognition Using Wearable Sensing Devices},
  author={Dawud Gordon},
  year={2014}
}
One goal of ubiquitous and pervasive computing is to enable devices to adapt to the contexts and activities of the individuals interacting with them through a process called context or activity recognition. However, humans are social and spend most of their time in groups, and the behavior of the group is fundamentally different than the behavior of each individual in it, referred to as “emergent behavior” in social psychology. As the number of devices and users increases, using infrastructure… CONTINUE READING

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