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Summary

DS-0963
The Copelabs/Usense Dataset
External Dataset
External Data Source
Crawdad (Dartmouth)
Unknown
11/30/2007
50 (lowest rank is 50)

Category & Restrictions

Other
human behavior, sensors, wireless
Unrestricted
Unknown

Description


Data concerning social interaction and propinquity based on wireless and bluetooth.

This dataset comprises experiments carried out with the open-source middleware NSense (fomerly named as USense), available at https://github.com/COPELABS-SITI/NSense . The data has been collected based on four sensors: bluetooth; Wi-Fi; microphone; accelerometer. NSense then relies on four different pipelines to compute aspects such as relative distance (Wi-Fi); social strength (based on bluetooth contact duration); sound activity level; motion. We set up experiments making use of Samsung Galaxy S3 devices. For each experiment, there is the following set of data files: - SocialProximity.dat has three columns: Timestamp, DeviceName, Encounter Duration, Average Encounter Duration, Social Strength (Per hour) and Social Strength(Per minute) towards DeviceName - DistanceOutput.dat has three columns: Timestamp, DeviceName, and Distance towards DeviceName - Microphone.dat has two columns: Timestamp, and Soundlevel(QUIET, NORMAL, ALERT and NOISY) - PhysicalActivity.dat has two columns: Timestamp, and Activity as STATIONARY, WALKING and RUNNING There are two tracesets. A first traceset has been collected relying on a first NSense version in 2015. Then, a second traceset has been collected in 2016, with a refined version of NSense. In all tracesets, devices have been carried around by people that share the same affiliation during their individual daily routines (24 hour periods).

; saeik.firdose@ulusofona.pt

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