A Multimodal Corpus Recorded in a Health Smart Home

Anthony Fleury 1 Michel Vacher 2 François Portet 2, * Pedro Chahuara 2, * Norbert Noury 3
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1 AFIRM
URIA - Unité de Recherche Informatique et Automatique
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TIMC-IMAG - Techniques de l'Ingénierie Médicale et de la Complexité - Informatique, Mathématiques et Applications [Grenoble], INL - Institut des nanotechnologies de Lyon - Site d'Ecully
Abstract : Health Smart Homes are nowadays a very explored research area due to the needs for automation and telemedicine to support people with loss of autonomy and also to the evolution of the technology that has resulted in cheap and efficient sensors. However, collecting data in this area is still very challenging. As a consequence, many studies does not include tests on the real data, and for the few that does, datasets are not available or difficult to reuse. In this article, we present a dataset acquired in real conditions during an experiment involving 15 participants who were performing several instances of seven activities in a fully equipped Health Smart Home.
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LREC 2010, The International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, May 2010, Valetta, Malta. pp.99-105, 2010
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Anthony Fleury, Michel Vacher, François Portet, Pedro Chahuara, Norbert Noury. A Multimodal Corpus Recorded in a Health Smart Home. LREC 2010, The International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, May 2010, Valetta, Malta. pp.99-105, 2010. 〈hal-00486922〉

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