Katarina Pavlović
2021 Istrazivanja i projektovanja za privredu  
Development of various statistical learning methods and their implementation in mobile device software enables moment-by-moment study of human social interactions, behavioral patterns, sleep, as well as their physical mobility and gross motor activity. Recently, through the use of supervised Machine Learning, human activity recognition (HAR) has been found numerous applications in biomedical engineering especially in the field of digital phenotyping. Having this in mind, in this research in
more » ... r to be able to quantify the human movement activity in situ, using data from portable digital devices, we have developed code which uses Random Forest Classifier to predict the type of physical activity from tri-axial smartphone accelerometer data. The code has been written using Python programing language and Anaconda distribution of data-science packages. Raw accelerometer data was collected by using the Beiwe research platform, which is developed by the Onnela Lab at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Tuning has been performed by defining a grid of hyperparameter ranges, using Scikit-Learn's Randomized Search CV method, randomly sampling from the grid and performing K-Fold CV with each combination of tested values. Obtained results will enable development a more robust models for predicting the type of physical activity with more subjects, usage of different hardwares, various test situations, and different environments.
doi:10.5937/jaes0-27166 fatcat:jyqoci2xbveclmqnryuk2hoody