Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

M. Röhlig, M. Luboschik, M. Bögl, F. Krüger, B. Alsallakh, S. Miksch, T. Kirste, H. Schumann:
"Supporting Activity Recognition by Visual Analytics";
Talk: IEEE Vis 2015, Chicago, IL, USA; 2015-10-25 - 2015-10-30; in: "Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Visual Analytics Science and Technology", IEEE, (2015), ISBN: 978-1-4673-9783-4; 8 pages.

English abstract:
Recognizing activities has become increasingly relevant in many application domains, such as security or ambient assisted living. To handle different scenarios, the underlying automated algorithms are configured using multiple input parameters. However, the influence and interplay of these parameters is often not clear, making exhaustive evaluations necessary. On this account, we propose a visual analytics approach to supporting users in understanding the complex relationships among parameters, recognized activities, and associated accuracies. First, representative parameter settings are determined. Then, the respective output is computed and statistically analyzed to assess parameters' influence in general. Finally, visualizing the parameter settings along with the activities provides overview and allows to investigate the computed results in detail. Coordinated interaction helps to explore dependencies, compare different settings, and examine individual activities. By integrating automated, visual, and interactive means users can select parameter values that meet desired quality criteria. We demonstrate the application of our solution in a use case with realistic complexity, involving a study of human protagonists in daily living with respect to hundreds of parameter settings.

Visual Analytics, Time series analysis, segmentation and labeling, activity recognition

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Related Projects:
Project Head Silvia Miksch:
CVAST: Centre for Visual Analytics Science and Technology (Laura Bassi Centre of Expertise)

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