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RF-based Gesture Recognition

RF-based gesture sensing and recognition has increasingly attracted intense academic and industrial interest due to its various device-free applications in daily life, such as elder monitoring, mobile games. State-of-the-art approaches achieved accurate gesture sensing by using fine-grained RF signatures (such as CSI, Doppler effect) while could not achieve the same accuracy with coarse-grained RF signatures such as received signal strength (RSS).

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( Image credit: Accurate Human Gesture Sensing With Coarse-Grained RF Signatures )


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