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NSENSE (CitySense Project) - 2016

NSENSE - an Immersive Sensing Tool

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Firdose Saeik, Luis Amaral Lopes, Waldir Moreira, Reddy Pallavali, Paulo Mendes, Rute C. Sofia, USENSE v1.0, inference of individual behavior. COPE-SITI-SW-15-01, 2015.

 

 

USENSE is an Android application that seamlessly captures information from multiple sensors, and infers a person's state in terms of: i) activity (stationary or moving); ii) social interaction environment (noisy or quiet, and number of people); iii) social interaction strength (number of people around).

 

. Currently, USENSE is programmed to capture smart data from  the following sensors: wireless and bluetooth interfaces; accelerometer; GPS; microfone. Its flexible design allows USENSE to incorporate easily additional sensors in the same device or in devices around.

 

USENSE is being developed in the context of the CitySense project.

 

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USENSE is available for the Android platform, under an LGPLv3.0 license.

 

The Team

 

 

The core team of USENSE is composed by:

Firdose Saeik, Luis Amaral Lopes, Waldir Moreira, Reddy Pallavali, Paulo Mendes, Rute C. Sofia, USENSE, inference of individual behavior. COPE-SITI-SW-15-01, 2015.

 

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