- Datasets for Activity Recognition by Tim van Kasteren
activity: leave house, eat, use toilet, take shower, brush teeth, go to bed, prepare breakfast, prepare dinner, get snack, get drink, ...
sensor: reed switches to measure whether doors and cupboards are open or closed; pressure mats to measure sitting on a couch or lying in bed; mercury contacts to detect the movement of objects (e.g. drawers); passive infrared (PIR) to detect motion in a speciﬁc area; ﬂoat sensors to measure the toilet being ﬂushed
activity: cooking brownies, pizza, sandwich, salad, and scrambled eggs
sensor: video, audio, motion capture, internal measurement unit, wearable devices
activity: walking, jogging, stairs, sitting, standing, lying
activity: Open/close the fridge/dishwasher/drawer/door/, toggle the lights, clean the table, drink while standing/seated, prepare coffee/sandwich, relax, ...
sensor: Body-worn sensors (acceleration, rate of turn, magnetic field, and orientation), object sensors (acceleration and rate of turn), and ambient sensors (switches and acceleration sensors in drawers, kitchen appliances, and doors)
- UCI Datasets
activity: walking, upstairs, downstairs, standing, sitting, layingsensor: accelerometer, gyroscopeactivity: walking, falling, lying down, lying, sitting down, sitting, standing up from lying, on all fours, sitting on the ground, standing up from sitting, standing up from sitting on the groundsensor: (x,y,z) coordinate of ankle left, ankle right, belt, and chestactivity: lying, sitting, standing, walking, running, cycling, Nordic walking, watching TV, computer work, car driving, ascending stairs, descending stairs, vacuum cleaning, ironing, folding laundry, house cleaning, playing soccer, rope jumpingsensor: heart rate, temperature, acceleration, gyroscope, magnetometer, orientationactivity: 22 participants walking in the wild over a predefined pathsensor: accelerationactivity: working at computer, standing Up, walking, going updown stairs, standing, talking with someone while walking, talking while Standingsensor: acceleration
- MIT: Activity Recognition in the Home Setting Using Simple and Ubiquitous Sensors
activity: preparing dinner/lunch/breakfast/snack/beverage, listerning to music, taking medication, toileting, washing dishes, watching TV, bathing, going out to work, dressing, grooming, doing laundry, cleaning
sensor: reed switch sensors to record opening-closing and activation deactivation events on ~80 objects
activity: Make a phone call, wash hands, cook, eat, clean
sensor: motion sensors, item sensors, medicine container sensor, pot sensor, phone book sensor, cabinet sensor, water sensor, burner sensor
activity: drink, eat, read book, call cellphone, write on a paper, use laptop, use vacuum cleaner, cheer up, sit still, toss paper, play game, lie down on sofa, walk, play guitar, stand up, sit down
sensor: Kinect device (depth maps, skeleton joint positions, and RGB video)
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