What Can an Arm Holster Worn Smart Phone Do for Activity Recognition?

  title={What Can an Arm Holster Worn Smart Phone Do for Activity Recognition?},
  author={Michael Muehlbauer and Gernot Bahle and Paul Lukowicz},
  journal={2011 15th Annual International Symposium on Wearable Computers},
While mobile phones are increasingly being used in activity recognition, tasks that require arm motion monitoring have so far not been studied on phone platforms. We leverage the fact that upper arm holsters are an increasingly popular way of wearing mobile devices during physical exercise to investigate the suitability of such platforms for arm dominated activity recognition. We focus on (1) user independent recognition from (2) a NULL class dominated, continuous data stream and (3) requiring… CONTINUE READING
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