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In the last years, recent advances in computing and sensing technologies have contributed with novel ideas aiming to solve people’s needs in a wide range of situations: from basic daily living essentials such as personal care, feeding and mobility, to more complex social issues including health, education and security.
KeywordsActive Information Resource Specifically Support Vector Machine (SVM) Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) Activity Filtering Module Smartphone Inertial Sensors
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