Zero-effort Calibration for Wearable Sensor Placement using External Vision Sensors: A Wahba's Problem Perspective
Jian Wu, Roozbeh Jafari

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Jian Wu, Roozbeh Jafari. "Zero-effort Calibration for Wearable Sensor Placement using External Vision Sensors: A Wahba's Problem Perspective". Talk or presentation, 29, October, 2014; Poster presented at the 2014 TerraSwarm Annual Meeting.

Abstract
Wearables are from head to toe. The number of the wearables increases rapidly in various forms. The on body placements of the wearables are very important for performing the tasks correctly. The placement information of the wearables is not always available or the placement may change, thus, this information should be calibrated. In our work, we propose a zero-effort calibration method for placement of wearable motion sensors leveraging vision-based sensors for SmartCities applications. Our method is achieved by solving the Wahba’s problem and we show the effectiveness of our method with the preliminary experiment results.

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    href="http://www.terraswarm.org/pubs/448.html"><i>Zero-effort
    Calibration for Wearable Sensor Placement using External
    Vision Sensors: A Wahba's Problem
    Perspective</i></a>, Talk or presentation,  29,
    October, 2014; Poster presented at the <a
    href="http://www.terraswarm.org/conferences/14/annual"
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    Jian Wu, Roozbeh Jafari. "Zero-effort Calibration for
    Wearable Sensor Placement using External Vision Sensors: A
    Wahba's Problem Perspective". Talk or presentation, 
    29, October, 2014; Poster presented at the <a
    href="http://www.terraswarm.org/conferences/14/annual"
    >2014 TerraSwarm Annual Meeting</a>.
  • BibTeX
    @presentation{WuJafari14_ZeroeffortCalibrationForWearableSensorPlacementUsing,
        author = {Jian Wu and Roozbeh Jafari},
        title = {Zero-effort Calibration for Wearable Sensor
                  Placement using External Vision Sensors: A Wahba's
                  Problem Perspective},
        day = {29},
        month = {October},
        year = {2014},
        note = {Poster presented at the <a
                  href="http://www.terraswarm.org/conferences/14/annual"
                  >2014 TerraSwarm Annual Meeting</a>.},
        abstract = {Wearables are from head to toe. The number of the
                  wearables increases rapidly in various forms. The
                  on body placements of the wearables are very
                  important for performing the tasks correctly. The
                  placement information of the wearables is not
                  always available or the placement may change,
                  thus, this information should be calibrated. In
                  our work, we propose a zero-effort calibration
                  method for placement of wearable motion sensors
                  leveraging vision-based sensors for SmartCities
                  applications. Our method is achieved by solving
                  the Wahbaâs problem and we show the
                  effectiveness of our method with the preliminary
                  experiment results. },
        URL = {http://terraswarm.org/pubs/448.html}
    }
    

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