In this thesis the author explores the use of Wireless Sensor Networks to perform online activity matching for sport coaching applications. The goal is to find one or more suitable algorithm to match the movement of a trainer and a trainer and to find spatial and temporal differences. Such a system can aid the trainer in group lessons where it is difficult for the trainer to keep track of all the trainees. In this work they consider fitness like movements such as encountered in aerobic lessons. They limit themselves to only one sensor node on the trainer and one sensor node on the trainee, but this well extends to more sensors per trainer and trainee. It also scales well to more trainees per trainer.
Literatuurverwijzing: Horst, A. (2010). Sport coach: online activity matching using wireless sensor network. Enschede: Universiteit Twente.