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2016

Luzhnica Granit, Simon Jörg Peter, Lex Elisabeth, Pammer-Schindler Viktoria

A Sliding Window Approach to Natural Hand Gesture Recognition using a Custom Data Glove

Proceedings of the IEEE 3DUI 2016 Symposium on 3D User Interfaces, IEEE, Greenville, SC, USA, 2016

Konferenz
This paper explores the recognition of hand gestures based on a dataglove equipped with motion, bending and pressure sensors. We se-lected 31 natural and interaction-oriented hand gestures that canbe adopted for general-purpose control of and communication withcomputing systems. The data glove is custom-built, and contains13 bend sensors, 7 motion sensors, 5 pressure sensors and a magne-tometer. We present the data collection experiment, as well as thedesign, selection and evaluation of a classification algorithm. As weuse a sliding window approach to data processing, our algorithm issuitable for stream data processing. Algorithm selection and featureengineering resulted in a combination of linear discriminant anal-ysis and logistic regression with which we achieve an accuracy ofover 98. 5% on a continuous data stream scenario. When removingthe computationally expensive FFT-based features, we still achievean accuracy of 98. 2%.
2016

Simon Jörg Peter, Schmidt Peter, Pammer-Schindler Viktoria

Analysis of Differential Synchronisation's Energy Consumption on Mobile Devices

EAI Collaborative Computing, CoRR (2016), EAI, 2016

Journal
Synchronisation algorithms are central to collaborative editing software. As collaboration is increasingly mediated by mobile devices, the energy efficiency for such algorithms is interest to a wide community of application developers. In this paper we explore the differential synchronisation (diffsync) algorithm with respect to energy consumption on mobile devices. Discussions within this paper are based on real usage data of PDF annotations via the Mendeley iOS app, which requires realtime synchronisation. We identify three areas for optimising diffsync: a.) Empty cycles in which no changes need to be processed b.) tail energy by adapting cycle intervals and c.) computational complexity. Following these considerations, we propose a push-based diffsync strategy in which synchronisation cycles are triggered when a device connects to the network or when a device is notified of changes.
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