207 振動・音響計測による住宅内アクティビティモニタリングに関する研究(セッション6 モニタリング) [in Japanese] 207 Activity Monitoring of Residential Houses Based on Vibration and Acoustic Measurement [in Japanese]
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This paper describes a preliminary study of an activity monitoring system for a residential house based on Bayesian networks. For the demonstrative purpose, a proof-of-concept system using vibration measurement has been proposed, in which specific physical features of the vibration that may indicate either daily activities of residents or other disturbances such as traffic-induced vibration are extracted from the collected data. Vibration data is classified into two groups based on these features, and the attribution degree was defined based on one-class support vector machines associated with the extracted data classes. A Bayesian Network is designed as the data model that represents the relevance of the data classes to external variables such as time and in/out status. Finally an abnormality index has been proposed and investigated based on the likelihood evaluated on the trained Bayesian network.
- The Proceedings of the Symposium on Evaluation and Diagnosis
The Proceedings of the Symposium on Evaluation and Diagnosis 2007.6(0), 101-106, 2007
The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers