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The Research of User’s Behavioural Decision on Intelligent Home Control and Sensing System

  • Lulu Xie
  • Fangqin Xu
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Abstract

In recent years, intellectualized technology has gradually matured, and it has been applied to all aspects of life. Among them, the emerging industry represented by smart home is rising, but the current smart home industry cannot meet people’s demand because of the immature technology, high cost for maintenance and price. In the situation, this paper presents a decision method for user’s behaviours which based on the C4.5 algorithm, selecting samples from data collected by intelligent home system, analysing and processing samples to generate a decision tree. According to the user’s living habits, the decision tree is used to help users make decisions, so as to provide users with more intelligent and efficient services.

Keywords

Smart home The C4.5 algorithm Decision tree Behavioural decision 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Computer Science and TechnologyDongHua UniversityShanghaiChina
  2. 2.Computer Science and TechnologyShanghai JianQiao UniversityShanghaiChina

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