Mobility

Allowing Early Inspection of Activity Data From a Highly Distributed Bodynet With a Hierarchical-Clustering-of-Segments Approach

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Executive Summary

The output delivered by body-wide inertial sensing systems has proven to contain sufficient information to distinguish between a large numbers of complex physical activities. The bottlenecks in these systems are in particular the parts of such systems that calculate and select features, as the high dimensionality of the raw sensor signals with the large set of possible features tends to increase rapidly. This paper presents a novel method using a hierarchical clustering method on raw trajectory and angular segments from inertial data to detect and analyze the data from such a distributed set of inertial sensors.

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