[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-678

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Behaviour Monitoring and Interpretation

Proceedings of the 5th BMI, Workshop on Behaviour Monitoring and Interpretation 2010

Karlsruhe, Germany, September 21, 2010.

Edited by

Björn Gottfried *
Hamid Aghajan **

* Centre for Computing Technologies, University of Bremen, Germany
** Wireless Sensor Networks Lab, Stanford University, USA

Table of Contents

  1. Fusion of Data from Multiple Cameras for Fall Detection 1-7
    Jana Machajdik, Sebastian Zambanini, Martin Kampel
  2. Incremental Recognition of Multi-object Behaviour Using Hierarchical Probabilistic Models 8-21
    Frank-Michael Zimmer, Bernd Neumann
  3. Unsupervised Detection of Motion Primitives in Very High Dimensional Sensor Data 22-37
    Albert Hein, Thomas Kirste
  4. Where You Stop is Who You are: Understanding Peoples' Activities 38-52
    Laura Spinsanti, Fabrizio Celli, Chiara Renso
  5. Sensing Spaces: Light-Weight Monitoring of Industrial Facilities 53-62
    Yong Ding, Friedemann Laue, Hedda R. Schmidtke, Michael Beigl
  6. Technical Approaches to Unobstrusive Geriatric Assessments in Domestic Environments 63-74
    Thomas Frenken, Olaf Wilken, Andreas Hein
  7. Applications of the iLoc Indoor Localisation System in the Area of Assistance Systems 75-83
    Stefan Knauth, Jan S. Hussmann, Christian Jost, Alexander Klapproth
  8. SmartAssist - Wireless Sensor Networks for Unobtrusive Health Monitoring 84-89
    Andreas Schrader, Darren Carlson, Peter Rothenpieler

16-Nov-2010: submitted by Björn Gottfried
16-Nov-2010: published on CEUR-WS.org