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OntoFarm: An Ontology-based Framework for Activity Recognition and Model Evolution
OntoFarm aims to co-ordinate and streamline the core activities within the process of Activity Recognition within Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) towards a systematic solution that is scalable and applicable to real world ...
A Goal-driven, assistive agent for instructing and guiding user activities.
(IOS Press BV, 2015-11)
Current ambient assistive living solutions have adopted a traditional sensor-centric approach, involving data analysis and activity recognition to provide assistance to individuals. The reliance on sensors and activity ...
Editorial: Knowledge-Driven Activity Recognition in Intelligent Environments
This is an editorial.
A Novel Approach for the Population and Adaptation of Ontology-Based User Profiles
User personalisation within context-aware applications has become increasingly prevalent in recent years. The use of ontologies enriched with semantics has enabled the creation of highly relevant user profiles, which have ...
Formal Modeling Techniques for Ambient Assisted Living
In the development of systems of ambient assisted living (AAL), formalized models and analysis techniques can provide a ground that makes development amenable to a systematic approach. We consider the following formal ...
Activity Recognition in Pervasive Intelligent Environments
(Atlantis Press, 2011)
This book consists of a number of chapters addressing different aspects of activity recognition, roughly in three main categories of topics. The first topic will be focused on activity modeling, representation and reasoning ...
The creation of simulated activity datasets using a graphical intelligent environment simulation tool
The availability of datasets capturing the performance of activities of daily living is limited by difficulties associated with the collection of such data. Software solutions can mitigate these limitations, providing ...
Comparison of Fusion Methods Based on DST and DBN in Human Activity Recognition
Ambient assistive living environments require sophisticated information fusion and reasoning techniques to accurately identify activities of a person under care. In this paper, we explain, compare and discuss the application ...
Human Positioning and Tracking using Colour Pattern Matching
The gold standard for detection and tracking of a human target in an indoor setting is Background Subtraction (BS). However BS has numerous problems when utilised indoors. Colour pattern matching may offer a viable and ...
Ambient Assisted Living and Daily Activities
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Ambient Assisted Living, IWAAL 2014, held in Belfast, UK, in December 2014. The 42 full papers presented with 12 papers of the workshop ...