Human activity recognition based on wearable sensors has received great attention in areas such as healthcare, homeland security and smart environments, mainly because it enables easy data acquisition and processing. This task consists of assigning a category of activity to signals provided by wearable sensors such as accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometers.
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