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    Title: Towards Human Activity Recognition
    Authors: 黃瑞茂
    Keywords: activity recognition;hierarchical model;feature selection;information infusion
    Date: 2018-10-25
    Issue Date: 2021-06-11 12:15:16 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: MDPI AG
    Abstract: The inherent complexity of human physical activities makes it difficult to accurately recognize activities with wearable sensors. To this end, this paper proposes a hierarchical activity recognition framework and two different feature selection methods to improve the recognition performance. Specifically, according to the characteristics of human activities, predefined activities of interest are organized into a hierarchical tree structure, where each internal node represents different groups of activities and each leaf node represents a specific activity label. Then, the proposed feature selection methods are appropriately integrated to optimize the feature space of each node. Finally, we train corresponding classifiers to distinguish different activity groups and to classify a new unseen sample into one of the leaf-nodes in a top-down fashion to predict its activity label. To evaluate the performance of the proposed framework and feature selection methods, we conduct extensive comparative experiments on publicly available datasets and analyze the model complexity. Experimental results show that the proposed method reduces the dimensionality of original feature space and contributes to enhancement of the overall recognition accuracy. In addition, for feature selection, returning multiple activity-specific feature subsets generally outperforms the case of returning a common subset of features for all activities.
    Relation: Sensors 18(11), 3629
    DOI: 10.3390/s18113629
    Appears in Collections:[Master's Program, Graduate Institute of Curriculum and Instruction] Journal Article

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