Yang-Keun Ahn, Kwang-Soon Choi, Young-Choong Park



Implementation of a Smart TV System with Context Awareness

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This thesis uses various types of recognition devices to research and suggest different methods of recognizing a person watching a TV. It suggests how the obtained data will be provided to the user and states how recognition devices were used to infer the situation of the data collected.


Face Detection, Face Direction, Skeleton Model, Posture Recognition


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Cite this paper

Yang-Keun Ahn, Kwang-Soon Choi, Young-Choong Park. (2018) Implementation of a Smart TV System with Context Awareness. International Journal of Computers, 3, 33-37


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