Publicado:

2022-11-26

Número:

Vol. 16 Núm. 2 (2022)

Sección:

Visión Actual

State of the art on technological trends for the analysis of behavior and human activities

Revisión del estado del arte sobre tendencias tecnológicas para el análisis del comportamiento y actividades humanas

Autores/as

  • Freddy Oswaldo Ovalles-Pabón Servicio Nacional de Aprendizaje - SENA

Palabras clave:

Human Activity Recognition, Human behavior, Sensors (en).

Palabras clave:

Reconocimiento de actividades humanas, Comportamiento humano, Sensores (es).

Resumen (en)

The study of human behavior allows the knowledge about people's behaviors, behavior determined by multiple factors: cultural, social, psychological, genetic, religious, among others, which affect the relationships and interaction with the environment. The infinity of data in our lives and the search for behavioral patterns from that data has been an amazing work whose benefit is focused on the determined patterns and intelligent analysis that lead to new knowledge. A significant amount of resources from pattern recognition in human activities and daily life has had greater dominance in the management of mobility, health and wellness.
The current paper presents a review of technologies for human behavior analysis and use as tools for diagnosis, assistance, for interaction in intelligent environments and assisted robotics applications. The main scope is to give an overview of the technological advances in the analysis of human behavior, activities of daily living and mobility, and the benefits obtained.

Resumen (es)

El estudio del comportamiento humano permite el conocimiento sobre las conductas de las personas, conducta determinada por múltiples factores: culturales, sociales, psicológicos, genéticos, religiosos, entre otros; que inciden en las relaciones y la interacción con el entorno. La infinidad de datos en nuestras vidas y la búsqueda de patrones de comportamiento a partir de esos datos ha sido un trabajo asombroso cuyo provecho se centra en los patrones determinados y el análisis inteligente que conducen a nuevos conocimientos. Una cantidad significativa de recursos a partir del reconocimiento de patrones en las actividades humanas y de vida diaria ha tenido mayor dominio en la gestión de la movilidad, la salud y bienestar.
El actual documento presenta una revisión de las tecnologías para el análisis del comportamiento humano y del uso como herramientas para el diagnóstico, asistencia, para la interacción en ambientes inteligentes y aplicaciones de robótica asistida. El alcance principal es dar una visión general de los avances tecnológicos en el análisis del comportamiento humano, actividades de la vida diaria y movilidad, y de los beneficios obtenidos.

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APA

Ovalles-Pabón, F. O. (2022). State of the art on technological trends for the analysis of behavior and human activities. Visión electrónica, 16(2). https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/visele/article/view/20695

ACM

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Ovalles-Pabón, F.O. 2022. State of the art on technological trends for the analysis of behavior and human activities. Visión electrónica. 16, 2 (nov. 2022).

ACS

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Ovalles-Pabón, F. O. State of the art on technological trends for the analysis of behavior and human activities. Vis. Electron. 2022, 16.

ABNT

OVALLES-PABÓN, Freddy Oswaldo. State of the art on technological trends for the analysis of behavior and human activities. Visión electrónica, [S. l.], v. 16, n. 2, 2022. Disponível em: https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/visele/article/view/20695. Acesso em: 29 may. 2024.

Chicago

Ovalles-Pabón, Freddy Oswaldo. 2022. «State of the art on technological trends for the analysis of behavior and human activities». Visión electrónica 16 (2). https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/visele/article/view/20695.

Harvard

Ovalles-Pabón, F. O. (2022) «State of the art on technological trends for the analysis of behavior and human activities», Visión electrónica, 16(2). Disponible en: https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/visele/article/view/20695 (Accedido: 29 mayo 2024).

IEEE

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F. O. Ovalles-Pabón, «State of the art on technological trends for the analysis of behavior and human activities», Vis. Electron., vol. 16, n.º 2, nov. 2022.

MLA

Ovalles-Pabón, Freddy Oswaldo. «State of the art on technological trends for the analysis of behavior and human activities». Visión electrónica, vol. 16, n.º 2, noviembre de 2022, https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/visele/article/view/20695.

Turabian

Ovalles-Pabón, Freddy Oswaldo. «State of the art on technological trends for the analysis of behavior and human activities». Visión electrónica 16, no. 2 (noviembre 26, 2022). Accedido mayo 29, 2024. https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/visele/article/view/20695.

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Ovalles-Pabón FO. State of the art on technological trends for the analysis of behavior and human activities. Vis. Electron. [Internet]. 26 de noviembre de 2022 [citado 29 de mayo de 2024];16(2). Disponible en: https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/visele/article/view/20695

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