Multi-sensors fusion for daily living activities recognition in older people domain

I am currently researching the use of Information and Communication Technologies as tools for preventative care and diagnosis support in elderly population. Our current approach uses accelerometers and video sensors for the recognition of instrumental daily living activities (IADL, e.g., preparing coffee, making a phone call). Clinical studies have pointed the …

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ViSEvAl software

ViSEvAl is under GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) At INRIA, an evaluation framework has been developed to assess the performance of Gerontechnologies and Videosurveillance. This framework aims at better understanding the added values of new technologies for home-care monitoring and other services. This platform is available to the scientific …

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Evaluation description

Involved people: Bernard Boulay Julien Badie Swaminathan Sankaranarayanan Topics: Evaluation is an important task to better understand the added values of new algorithms or technologies for intelligent video platform. Main issues: Criteria : which criteria is used according the task to evaluate? Multi-criteria : how two combine several criteria to …

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