Juha Röning and Pekka Siirtola won an IJIMAI Journal award
-- Thanks to IJIMAI and its open access approach, our article has gotten a lot of publicity and readers. In fact, it has been cited almost 150 times. While the IJIMAI’s tremendous achievements over the past ten years are now a reason to celebrate, we hope that this is just a beginning.
-- To celebrate the 10th anniversary of IJIMAI, in our new article we will introduce what has happened in the field of human activity recognition and wearable sensor-based recognition since 2012, and especially, this article concentrates on introducing our work since 2012.
Link to the definitive version of their paper “Revisiting “Recognizing Human Activities User-Independently on Smartphones Based on Accelerometer Data” – What Has Happened Since 2012?” at the IJIMAI Journal website.
-- This is a very interesting research about recognition of everyday human activities in real time using a mobile phone which, according to Google Scholar data, has received 1.8 citations per month. (Editor's note)
The International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence - IJIMAI (ISSN 1989 - 1660) provides an interdisciplinary forum in which scientists and professionals can share their research results and report new advances on AI tools or tools that use AI with interactive multimedia techniques. The Editorial Board has had both quality and impact of the paper into account when awarding the prize.
The original article:
Recognizing Human Activities User - independently on Smartphones Based on Accelerometer Data