Behavior recognition system based fog cloud computing

  • Lee, Seok-Woo (Department of Information System, Kwangwoon University Graduate School of Information Contents) ;
  • Lee, Jong-Yong (Ingenium College of liberal arts, KwangWoon University) ;
  • Jung, Kye-Dong (Ingenium College of liberal arts, KwangWoon University)
  • Received : 2017.06.25
  • Accepted : 2017.07.28
  • Published : 2017.09.30


The current behavior recognition system don't match data formats between sensor data measured by user's sensor module or device. Therefore, it is necessary to support data processing, sharing and collaboration services between users and behavior recognition system in order to process sensor data of a large capacity, which is another formats. It is also necessary for real time interaction with users and behavior recognition system. To solve this problem, we propose fog cloud based behavior recognition system for human body sensor data processing. Fog cloud based behavior recognition system solve data standard formats in DbaaS (Database as a System) cloud by servicing fog cloud to solve heterogeneity of sensor data measured in user's sensor module or device. In addition, by placing fog cloud between users and cloud, proximity between users and servers is increased, allowing for real time interaction. Based on this, we propose behavior recognition system for user's behavior recognition and service to observers in collaborative environment. Based on the proposed system, it solves the problem of servers overload due to large sensor data and the inability of real time interaction due to non-proximity between users and servers. This shows the process of delivering behavior recognition services that are consistent and capable of real time interaction.


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