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An Open Dataset for Human Activity Analysis using Smart Devices

The study of human mobility and activities has opened up to an incredible number of studies in the past, most of which included the use of sensors distributed on the body of the subject. More recently, the use of smart devices has been particularly relevant because they are already everywhere and they come with accurate miniaturized sensors. Whether it is smartphones, smartwatches or smartglasses, each device can be used to describe complementary information such as emotions, precise movements, or environmental conditions. In this short paper, we release the applications we have developed and an example of a collected dataset. We propose that opening multi-sensors data from daily activities may enable new approaches to studying human behavior.

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  • S. Faye, N. Louveton, S. Jafarnejad, R. Kryvchenko, and T. Engel, “An Open Dataset for Human Activity Analysis using Smart Devices,” 2017. | [PDF] PaperBibtex citation
    @techreport{SF-HAL-17,
    TITLE = {{An Open Dataset for Human Activity Analysis using Smart Devices}},
    AUTHOR = {Faye, S{\'e}bastien and Louveton, Nicolas and Jafarnejad, Sasan and Kryvchenko, Roman and Engel, Thomas},
    URL = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01586802},
    NOTE = {Working paper},
    YEAR = {2017},
    MONTH = Aug,
    PDF = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01586802/file/human-activity-smart-devices.pdf},
    HAL_ID = {hal-01586802},
    HAL_VERSION = {v1},
    }