ARDUOUS 2023: 7th International Workshop on Annotation of useR Data for UbiquitOUs Systems

8:30-8:40 – Session 1: Welcome by chairs

8:40-9:40 – Keynote 1

“Data scarcity in sensor based human activity recognition”
Gabriele Civitarese, University of Milan,

9:40-10:30 – Paper session 1: Valid and trustworthy datasets

1. “An Auditable Positioning System Based on Angle-of-Arrival Proof of Location and
Graph of Trust “
Jakob Schaerer (University of Bern, Switzerland); Antonio Di Maio
(University of Bern, Switzerland); Torsten Ingo Braun (University of Bern, Switzerland)

2.”A Tutorial on Dataset Creation for Sensor-based Human Activity Recognition”
Nilah Ravi Nair (Technical University Dortmund, Germany); Christopher Reining, Friedrich Niemann,
Fernando Moya Rueda and Gernot Fink (TU Dortmund University, Germany)

10:30-11:00 – Coffee break

11:00-12:20 – Paper session 2: Participant as annotator

1. “Is Querying Users Acceptable for Human Activity Recognition Based on Active Learning?”
Riccardo Presotto and Gabriele Civitarese (University of Milan, Italy); Claudio
Bettini (Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy)

2.”When the Ground Truth is not True: Modelling Human Biases in Temporal Annotations”
Taku Yamagata (Merchant Venturers Building & University of Bristol, United Kingdom (Great
Britain)); Emma L. Tonkin, Benjamin Arana Sanchez, Ian Craddock, Miquel Perelló Nieto,
Raul Santos-Rodriguez, Weisong Yang and Peter Flach (University of Bristol, United
Kingdom (Great Britain))

3.”Experiencing Annotation: Emotion, Motivation and Bias in Annotation Tasks”
Teodor Stoev (University of Greifswald, Germany); Kristina Yordanova (University of Greifswald &
University of Rostock, Germany); Emma L. Tonkin (University of Bristol, United Kingdom
(Great Britain))

12:20-13:00 – Discussion & Networking

13:00-14:00 – Lunch break

14:00-16:00 – Practical annotation session: Validity in annotation

Practical 1: “Fine-Grained Annotation for Multi-channel Time-Series HAR”

Practical 2: Data quality in annotation

16:00-16:50 – Keynote 2

“Speech and audio capabilities in our everyday lives – can it be trusted?”

Jennifer Williams, University of Southampton

16:50-17:30 – Closing

Teodor Stoev, University of Greifswald. Summary, discussion and closing.