Best paper award was presented to
ActivityGAN: Generative Adversarial Networks for Data Augmentation in
Sensor-Based Human Activity Recognition
Xi'ang Li (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China)
Jinqi Luo (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Singapore)
Rabih Younes (Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, United States)
The accepted papers in HASCA workshop have been published on ACM DL.
Time is UTC(Coordinated Universal Time) on September 12, 2020.
HASCA oral presentation, 12 min (10-min talk + 2-min Q&A)
SHL oral presentation, 12 min (10-min talk + 2-min Q&A)
SHL video, 1 min
Nurse oral presentation, 9 min
Nurse video, 1 min
-Nurse Challenge summary [15 min]
-Nurse Challenge winner presentation [9 min]
Nurse Care activity Recognition Based on Machine Learning Techniques Using Accelerometer Data.
-Nurse Challenge ceremony [5 min]
-SHL Challenge Introduction [2 min]
-SHL Challenge Summary [15 min]
Summary of the sussex-huawei locomotion-transportation recognition challenge 2020
-SHL Challenge videos broadcast [12 min]
Human activity recognition using multi-input CNN model with FFT spectrograms.
A multi-view architecture for the SHL challenge.
UPIC: user and position independent classical approach for locomotion and transportation modes recognition.
-SHL team 1 presentation [12 min]
IndRNN based long-term temporal recognition in the spatial and frequency domain.
-SHL team 2 presentation [12 min]
Tackling the SHL Challenge 2020 with person-specific classifiers and semi-supervised learning.
-SHL team 3 presentation [12 min]
DenseNetX and GRU for the Sussex-Huawei locomotion-transportation recognition challenge.
-SHL ceremony (5 min)
|1130-1200||Break [30 min]|
Session Chair: Mathias Ciliberto (University of Sussex)
-[HASCA] Using iOS for Inconspicuous Data Collection: A Real-World Assessment
Yuuki Nishiyama, Denzil Ferreira, Wataru Sasaki, Tadashi Okoshi, Jin Nakazawa, Anind K Dey, Kaoru Sezaki
-[HASCA] ActivityGANs: Generative Adversarial Networks for Data Augmentation in Sensor-Based Human Activity Recognition
Xi'ang Li, Jinqi Luo, Rabih Younes
-[HASCA] Improving Activity Data Collection with On-DevicePersonalization Using Fine-tuning
Nattaya Mairittha, Tittaya Mairittha, Sozo Inoue
-[HASCA] Social Distancing Warning System at Public Transportation by Analyzing Wi-Fi Signal from Mobile Devices
Thongtat Oransirikul, Hideyuki Takada
-[HASCA] Perception of Interaction between Hand and Object
Yuki Toyosaka, Tsuyoshi Okita
-[HASCA] MCoMat: A New Performance Metric for Imbalanced Multi-layer Activity Recognition Dataset
Sayeda Shamma Alia, Paula Lago, Sozo Inoue
-Nurse Challenge videos broadcast [7 min]
A Pragmatic Signal Processing Approach for Nurse Care Activity Recognition Using Classical Machine Learning.
Complex Nurse Care Activity Recognition Using Statistical Features.
A Window-Based Sequence-to-One Approach with Dynamic Voting
Nurse Care activity Recognition Challenge: A Comparative Verification of Multiple Preprocessing Approaches.
|1330-1500||Break [90 min]|
Session Chair: Paula Lago (Kyusyu Inst. of Tech.)
-[HASCA] Action Recognition Using Spatially Distributed Radar Setup Through Microdoppler Signature
Smriti Rani, Arijit Chowdhury, Andrew Gigie, Tapas Chakravarty, Arpan Pal
-[HASCA]ARM Cortex M4-based Extensible Multimodal Wearable Platform for Sensor Research and Context Sensing from Motion & Sound
-[HASCA] CausalBatch: Solving Complexity/Performance Tradeoffs for Deep Convolutional and LSTM Networks for Wearable Activity Recognition
Lloyd Pellatt, Daniel Roggen
-[HASCA] Mental stress classification during motor tasks in older adults using an Artificial Neural Network
Apostolos Kalatzis, Laura Stanley, Ranjana Mehta, Rohith Karthikeyan
-[HASCA] Identifying Label Noise in Time-Series Datasets
Gentry Atkinson, Metsis Vangelis