MARS: a personalised Mobile Activity Recognition System

J. Gomes, S. Krishnaswamy, M. Gaber, P. Sousa, E. Menasalvas

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaperpeer-review

102 Downloads (Pure)

Abstract

Mobile activity recognition focuses on inferring the current activities of a mobile user by leveraging the sensory data that is available on today’s smart phones. The state of the art in mobile activity recognition uses traditional classification learning techniques. Thus, the learning process typically involves: i) collection of labelled sensory data that is transferred and collated in a centralised repository; ii) model building where the classification model is trained and tested using the collected data; iii) a model deployment stage where the learnt model is deployed on-board a mobile device for identifying activities based on new sensory data. In this paper, we demonstrate the Mobile Activity Recognition System (MARS) where for the first time the model is built and continuously updated on-board the mobile device itself using data stream mining. The advantages of the on-board approach are that it allows model personalisation and increased privacy as the data is not sent to any external site. Furthermore, when the user or its activity profile changes MARS enables promptly adaptation. MARS has been implemented on the Android platform to demonstrate that it can achieve accurate mobile activity recognition. Moreover, we can show in practice that MARS quickly adapts to user profile changes while at the same time being scalable and efficient in terms of consumption of the device resources.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2012
EventProceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management - Bengaluru, India
Duration: 23 Jul 201226 Jul 2012

Conference

ConferenceProceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management
Country/TerritoryIndia
CityBengaluru
Period23/07/1226/07/12

Fingerprint

Dive into the research topics of 'MARS: a personalised Mobile Activity Recognition System'. Together they form a unique fingerprint.

Cite this