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Summary

DS-0962
The Columbia/Kinetic Dataset
External Dataset
External Data Source
Crawdad (Dartmouth)
Unknown
11/29/2007
55 (lowest rank is 55)

Category & Restrictions

Other
human behavior, sensors
Unrestricted
Unknown

Description


200 hours of accelerometer information recorded over 25 days from 5 participants.

To help us better understand the properties of various energy sources and their impact on energy harvesting adaptive algorithms, we collected acceleration traces from different participants. The volunteers were asked to perform normal daily routines while comfortably carrying SparkFun Electronics ADXL345 accelerometer boards. For our long-term studies, we collected over 200 hours of acceleration information in 25 days from 5 participants. The data simulates the natural motions that participants' belongings (keys, phone, or wallet) experience on a daily basis. ; mc3415@columbia.edu

Additional Details

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open source hardware, external data source, columbia university, 962, universities and colleges in new york city, the columbia/kinetic dataset, sparkfun electronics, universities and colleges in manhattan, inferlink corporation, colonial colleges, private universities and colleges in new york