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This work examines the use of a low-power Wireless Acoustic Sensor Network (WASN) for the observation of clinically relevant activities of daily living (ADL) (e.g. eating, personal hygiene, toilet usage, etc.) from elderly. The sensors used in the WASN are both audio and ultrasound receivers. To the best of our knowledge, the combination of audio and ultrasound as a basis for ADL monitoring has not been investigated yet. This paper describes a baseline approach for ADL classification based ondblp:conf/slpat/VuegenBKhV13 fatcat:hway7vpmv5ezbhpheapoi54hfq