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sardar2022mobile


Abdul Wasay Sardar, Farman Ullah, Jamshid Bacha, Jebran Khan, Furqan Ali and Sungchang Lee, "Mobile sensors based platform of Human Physical Activities Recognition for COVID-19 spread minimization," Computers in Biology and Medicine, vol. 146, pp. 105662, July 2022.


Abstract

The development of smartphones technologies has determined the abundant and prevalent computation. An activity recognition system using mobile sensors enables continuous monitoring of human behavior and assisted living. This paper proposes the mobile sensors-based Epidemic Watch System (EWS) leveraging the AI models to recognize a new set of activities for effective social distance monitoring, probability of infection estimation, and COVID-19 spread prevention. The research focuses on user activities recognition and behavior concerning risks and effectiveness in the COVID-19 pandemic. The proposed EWS consists of a smartphone application for COVID-19 related activities sensors data collection, features extraction, classifying the activities, and providing alerts for spread presentation. We collect the novel dataset of COVID-19 associated activities such as hand washing, hand sanitizing, nose-eyes touching, and handshaking using the proposed EWS smartphone application. We evaluate several classifiers such as random forests, decision trees, support vector machine, and Long Short-Term Memory for the collected dataset and attain the highest overall classification accuracy of 97.33%. We provide the Contact Tracing of the COVID-19 infected person using GPS sensor data. The EWS activities monitoring, identification, and classification system examine the infection risk of another person from COVID-19 infected person. It determines some everyday activities between COVID-19 infected person and normal person, such as sitting together, standing together, or walking together to minimize the spread of pandemic diseases.

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Abdul Wasay Sardar
Farman Ullah
Jamshid Bacha
Jebran Khan
Furqan Ali
Sungchang Lee

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@article{sardar2022mobile,
    author = {Sardar, Abdul Wasay and Ullah, Farman and Bacha, Jamshid and Khan, Jebran and Ali, Furqan and Lee, Sungchang},
    doi = {10.1016/j.compbiomed.2022.105662},
    title = {{Mobile sensors based platform of Human Physical Activities Recognition for COVID-19 spread minimization}},
    pages = {105662},
    journal = {Computers in Biology and Medicine},
    publisher = {Elsevier},
    month = {7},
    volume = {146},
    year = {2022},
   }
   
   

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