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HUMAN ACTIVITY RECOGNITION AND SMART PHONE DATASET: A LITERATURE SURVEY-IJAERD

@inproceedings{Dewangan2017HUMANAR,
  title={HUMAN ACTIVITY RECOGNITION AND SMART PHONE DATASET: A LITERATURE SURVEY-IJAERD},
  author={Khushbu Dewangan and A. Dewangan},
  year={2017}
}
Mobile devices are flattering more refined with every new model release. Nowadays, smart phones normally incorporate many diverse and influential sensors for example GPS, microphones, light sensors, temperature sensors, magnetic compasses, gyroscopes, high-resolution camera sand accelerometers. Human activity recognition (HAR System) has empowered innovative applications in divergent regions such as healthcare, entertainment and safety. There are abundant research which works upon real time… Expand

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