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Issues in Recording Benchmark Sensor Data

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Publication date04/2004
<mark>Original language</mark>English


ConferenceProc. of Benchmarks and a Database for Context Recognition Workshop at Pervasive 2004
Period1/01/00 → …


Abstract. Sensors are rapidly following computing devices in popularity and widespread use; and as a result, protocols to interface, record and process sensor data have cropped up anywhere. This position paper lists some of the ‘lessons learned’ in the creation and application of sets of embedded sensor data, specifically used as tools in building context aware services where sensor values get classified into context descriptions.