IoT

This dataset contains measured data from five sensor modules designed for monitoring the oxygen concentration in the air in a hospital environment, especially in rooms where oxygen therapy can potentially occurs. This data is crucial from a safety point of view, as a higher oxygen concentration can increase the risk of fire development.

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This dataset is collected to benchmark different software algorithms for UWB indoor localization. The dataset is collected in a controlled environment with mm-accurate groundtruth to evaluate different algorithms. The data is collected with the Wi-Pos UWB system,a platform developed for research data collection with a wireless long-range Sub-GHz backbone combined with UWB ranging based on the DW1000. The UWB is configured with a center frequency of 6489.6 MHz, a bandwidth of 499.2 MHz (channel 5) and a preamble length of 1024 symbols.

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The Numerical Latin Letters (DNLL) dataset consists of Latin numeric letters organized into 26 distinct letter classes, corresponding to the Latin alphabet. Each class within this dataset encompasses multiple letter forms, resulting in a diverse and extensive collection. These letters vary in color, size, writing style, thickness, background, orientation, luminosity, and other attributes, making the dataset highly comprehensive and rich.

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When designing task scheduling algorithms in mobile edge computing (MEC), the mobile device (MD)'s mobility becomes an important concern, since the change in MD's location would affect the data transmission rate, leading to fluctuations in task transmission duration and completion time. In this paper, we study a mobility-aware task off-and-downloading scheduling problem in MEC, considering both the communication delay and energy consumption caused by the data offloading and the result downloading.

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Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology such as Surveillance cameras are becoming a widespread feature of citizens' life. At the same time, the fear of crime in public spaces (e.g., terrorism) is ever-present and increasing but currently only a small number of studies researched automatic recognition of criminal incidents featuring artificial intelligence (AI), e.g., based on deep learning and computer vision. This is due to the fact that little to none real data is available due to legal and privacy regulations. Consequently, it is not possible to train and test deep learning models.

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This dataset is associated with TODOS: Thermal sensOr Data-driven Occupancy Estimation System for Smart Buildings. It is a novel system for estimating occupancy in intelligent buildings, TODOS uses a low-cost, low-power thermal sensor array along with a passive infrared sensor. We introduce a novel data processing pipeline that allows us to automatically extract features from the thermal images using an artificial neural network. Through an extensive experimental evaluation, we show that TODOS provides occupancy detection accuracy of 98% to 100% under different scenarios.

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Dataset for validation of a new magnetic field-based wearable breathing sensor (MAG), which uses the movement of the chest wall as a surrogate measure of respiratory activity. Based on the principle of variation in magnetic field strength with the distance from the source, this system explores Hall effect sensing, paired with a permanent magnet, embedded in a chest strap.

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Dataset for validation of a new magnetic field-based wearable breathing sensor (MAG), which uses the movement of the chest wall as a surrogate measure of respiratory activity. Based on the principle of variation in magnetic field strength with the distance from the source, this system explores Hall effect sensing, paired with a permanent magnet, embedded in a chest strap.

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This dataset, presents the results of motion detection experiments conducted on five distinct datasets sourced from changedetection.net: bungalows, boats, highway, fall and pedestrians. The motion detection process was executed using two distinct algorithms: the original ViBe algorithm proposed by Barnich et al. (G-ViBe) and the CCTV-optimized ViBe algorithm known as α-ViBe.

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This dataset, presents the results of motion detection experiments conducted on five distinct datasets sourced from changedetection.net: bungalows, boats, highway, fall and pedestrians. The motion detection process was executed using two distinct algorithms: the original ViBe algorithm proposed by Barnich et al. (G-ViBe) and the CCTV-optimized ViBe algorithm known as α-ViBe.

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