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Development of Motion Detection Algorithms Based on Simultaneous Execution Using Mobile Phone Sensors

Published Online: 09 Sep 2017
Page range: 29 - 41
Received: 15 Feb 2016
Journal Details
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Abstract

The proliferation of sensor networks employing wireless data transmission technologies has paved the way for the collection of large amounts of measurement data. Several research teams have used this opportunity to develop algorithms aimed at gaining information from sensor data. Motion detection is one of the most actively researched areas. In this article, we present a system for examining motion detection in a general environment. In other words, motion forms are not identified with various wearable sensors; instead, we use the data collected by the sensors of mobile phones kept with almost all members of society now.

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