Participants should submit their results by email:
Submissions should include:
Files can be in .mat or text format and named as follows:
Allowed task strings are: A,B1,B2,C. Allowed subject strings are: 2,3,4. e.g., If the group CNBI submits its labels for the task A, then files should be named as 'A_2_CNBI' and 'A_3_CNBI' for subjects 2 and 3, respectively.
Moreover, authors are encouraged to also provide accompanying code implementing the proposed method.
Before the final deadline date participants can submit their results (as described above), along wih a brief description of their methods. We will provide them feedback about the corresponding performance (F-measure).
Performance will be assessed using the weighted F-measure of all activity classess (i.e. excluding the F-measure of the NULL class).
Two prizes will be awarded to the contributions that achieve the highest performance for each task.
An additional prize of the jury (USD 500.-) will be awarded by the recomendation of the organizers. It is intended to reward the most novel, innovative contribution (even if it doesn't achieve the highest performance).
Note: People directly involved with the Opportunity project are not eligible for the prizes. They can nevertheless submit their results for comparison purposes.
Do not hesitate to contact the consortium.
We develop opportunistic activity recognition systems: goal-oriented sensor assemblies spontaneously arise and self-organize to achieve a common activity and context recognition. We develop algorithms and architectures underlying context recognition in opportunistic systems.
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