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<h1>HTAD: a Home Tasks Activities Dataset.</h1> <h3><a href="https://osf.io/j723c/" rel="nofollow">[Preprint]</a></h3> <hr> <p>The dataset was collected using a wrist accelerometer and audio recordings. The dataset contains data for common home tasks activities like <em>sweeping, brushing teeth, watching TV, washing hands</em>, etc. To protect users' privacy, we only include audio data after feature extraction. For accelerometer data, we include the raw data and the extracted features.</p> <h3>Dataset structure</h3> <ul> <li> <p><strong>HTAD dataset</strong>: Main Directory.</p> <ul> <li><strong>user1</strong>: A directory containing user1 data.<ul> <li><strong>timestamp-acc-label.txt</strong>: Unix format. <em>acc</em> stands for accelerometer and <em>label</em> is the activity's label. Each <strong>.txt</strong> file has four columns: timestamp and the acceleration for each of the x, y, and z axes.</li> <li>...</li> </ul> </li> <li><strong>user2</strong>: A directory containing user2 data.<ul> <li><strong>timestamp-acc-label.txt</strong></li> <li>... </li> </ul> </li> <li><strong>user3</strong>: A directory containing user3 data.<ul> <li><strong>timestamp-acc-label.txt</strong></li> <li>...</li> </ul> </li> <li> <p><strong>features.csv</strong>: file contains the extracted audio features and accelerometer features. It contains 54 columns. <em>userid</em> is the user id. <em>label</em> represents the activity label and the remaining columns are the features. Columns with a prefix of <em>v1_</em> correspond to audio features whereas columns with a prefix of <em>v2_</em> correspond to accelerometer features. In total, there are 36 audio features that correspond to the 12 MFCCs for each second, with a total of 3 seconds and 16 accelerometer features.</p> </li> <li> <p><strong>README.txt</strong>: Readme file.</p> </li> </ul> </li> </ul> <p>### Terms of use CC-By Attribution 4.0 International. The data is released fully open for research and educational purposes. The use of the dataset for purposes such as competitions and commercial purposes needs prior written permission. In all documents and papers that use or refer to the dataset or report experimental results based on the HTAD, a reference to the related article needs to be added: </p> <pre class="highlight"><code>@InProceedings{10.1007/978-3-030-67835-7_17, author=&quot;Garcia-Ceja, Enrique and Thambawita, Vajira and Hicks, Steven A. and Jha, Debesh and Jakobsen, Petter and Hammer, Hugo L. and Halvorsen, P{\aa}l and Riegler, Michael A.&quot;, editor=&quot;Loko{\v{c}}, Jakub and Skopal, Tom{\'a}{\v{s}} and Schoeffmann, Klaus and Mezaris, Vasileios and Li, Xirong and Vrochidis, Stefanos and Patras, Ioannis&quot;, title=&quot;HTAD: A Home-Tasks Activities Dataset with Wrist-Accelerometer and Audio Features&quot;, booktitle=&quot;MultiMedia Modeling&quot;, year=&quot;2021&quot;, publisher=&quot;Springer International Publishing&quot;, address=&quot;Cham&quot;, pages=&quot;196--205&quot;, isbn=&quot;978-3-030-67835-7&quot; }</code></pre> <h3>Contact</h3> <p>Email michael@simula.no if you have any questions about the dataset and our research activities. We always welcome collaboration and joint research! </p>
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