SIMULATING DAILY ACTIVITIES IN A SMART HOME FOR DATA GENERATION

@article{Renoux2018SIMULATINGDA,
  title={SIMULATING DAILY ACTIVITIES IN A SMART HOME FOR DATA GENERATION},
  author={Jennifer Renoux and Franziska Kl{\"u}gl-Frohnmeyer},
  journal={2018 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC)},
  year={2018},
  pages={798-809}
}
Smart Homes are currently one of the hottest topics in the area of Internet of Things or Augmented Living. In order to provide high-level intelligent solutions, algorithms for identifying which activities the inhabitants intend to perform are necessary. Sensor data plays here an essential role, for testing, for learning underlying rules, for classifying and connecting sensor patterns and to inhabitant activities, etc. However, only few and limited data sets are currently available. We present… 

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