Mobile Sensor Daily Activity Data For Forensics

Citation Author(s):
Sayli
Bhavsar
K. J. Somaiya College Of Engineering, Vidyavihar, Mumbai
Ninad
Mehendale
K. J. Somaiya College Of Engineering, Vidyavihar, Mumbai
Submitted by:
Ninad Mehendale
Last updated:
Mon, 11/28/2022 - 02:31
DOI:
10.21227/3e08-dy43
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Abstract 

A mobile sensor can be described as a kind of smart technology that can capture minor or major changes in an environment and can respond by performing a particular task. The scope of the dataset is for forensic purposes that will help segregate day-to-day activities from criminal actions. Smartphones supplied with sensors can be utilised for monitoring and recording simple daily activities such as walking, climbing stairs, eating and more. For the generation of this dataset, we have collected data for 13 classes of daily life activities, which has been done by a single individual.

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The master zip file for the data from the mobile sensor includes 13 cases that were recorded with three readings. Extract the zip file to gain access to folders for all the daily activities. Every folder contains a series of CSV files based on the following sensors: Inertial Sensors - Accelerometer, Gravity Vector, Gyroscope, Orientation; Non-inertial Sensors - Magnetometer, Barometer, Location; Other Sensors - Microphone.