Transportation Mode Classification from Smartphone Sensors via a Long-Short-Term-Memory Network

10/10/2019
by   Björn Friedrich, et al.
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This article introduces the architecture of a Long-Short-Term Memory network for classifying transportation-modes via Smartphone data and evaluates its accuracy. By using a Long-Short-Term-Memory Network with common preprocessing steps such as normalisation for classification tasks a F1-Score accuracy of 63.68% was achieved with an internal test dataset. We participated as Team 'GanbareAM' in the 'SHL recognition challenge'.

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