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Recent technological advances have enabled the continuous and unobtrusive monitoring of human behaviour. However, most of the existing studies focus on detecting human behaviour under the limitation of one behavioural aspect, such as physical behaviour and not addressing human behaviour in a broad sense. For this reason, we propose a novel framework that will serve as the principal generator of knowledge on the user's behaviour. The proposed framework moves beyond the current trends indoi:10.3390/proceedings2019031043 fatcat:gsm2ojwabbdn5op7234jrayicm