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Monitoring Domestic Activities with Temporal Constraints and Components

M. Cirillo, F. Lazellotto, F. Pecora and A. Saffiotti

Abstract
Intelligent environments are increasingly rich in ubiquitous sensing capabilities that can be leveraged to know which actions a user is engaged in at any given moment in time. The ability of an intelligent environment to recognize a high-level plan of activities performed by the user in a smart home would allow to construct proactive services, such as reminding, forecasting and providing timely physical support. This article proposes an approach to human activity recognition based on temporal planning. The approach leverages on one hand the ubiquitous sensors provided by the PEIS-Home, a sensor-rich intelligent environment, and, on the other hand, the temporal representation and reasoning capabilities of OMPS, a constraint-based temporal planning and scheduling framework.
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M. Cirillo, F. Lazellotto, F. Pecora and A. Saffiotti. Monitoring Domestic Activities with Temporal Constraints and Components. Proc of the 5th Int Conf on Intelligent Environments (IE09), pp. 117-124. Barcelona, Spain, 2009.
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Email Marcello Cirillo
  Federica Lanzellotto
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