Файл:Deep Convolutional and LSTM Recurrent Neural Networks for Multimodal Wearable Activity Recognition Deep Convolutional and LSTM Recurrent Neural Netwo.pdf
Francisco Javier Ordóñez * and Daniel Roggen Received: 30 November 2015; Accepted: 12 January 2016; Published: 18 January 2016 Academic Editors: Yun Liu, Wendong Xiao, Han-Chieh Chao and Pony Chu Wearable Technologies, Sensor Technology Research Centre, University of Sussex, Brighton BN1 9RH, UK; firstname.lastname@example.org * Correspondence: F.Ordonez-Morales@sussex.ac.uk; Tel.: +44-1273-872-622
Human activity recognition (HAR) tasks have traditionally been solved using engineered features obtained by heuristic processes. Current research suggests that deep convolutional neural networksaresuitedtoautomatefeatureextractionfromrawsensorinputs. However,humanactivities are made of complex sequences of motor movements, and capturing this temporal dynamics is fundamental for successful HAR. Based on the recent success of recurrent neural networks for time series domains, we propose a generic deep framework for activity recognition based on convolutional and LSTM recurrent units, which: (i) is suitable for multimodal wearable sensors; (ii) can perform sensor fusion naturally; (iii) does not require expert knowledge in designing features; and (iv) explicitly models the temporal dynamics of feature activations. We evaluate our framework on two datasets, one of which has been used in a public activity recognition challenge. Our results show that our framework outperforms competing deep non-recurrent networks on the challenge dataset by 4% on average; outperforming some of the previous reported results by up to 9%. Our results show that the framework can be applied to homogeneous sensor modalities, but can also fuse multimodal sensors to improve performance. We characterise key architectural hyperparameters’ inﬂuence on performance to provide insights about their optimisation.
Keywords: human activity recognition; wearable sensors; deep learning; machine learning; sensor fusion; LSTM; neural network
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