Software libraries and datasets that have been developed and/or collected by the SPL team are available at our Github repositories. If you find any of this material useful for your research, please give credit in your publications where it is due.
|Software Library||Description||Research Area||Language / Environment|
|FORTH TRACE LIBRARY||FORTH-TRACE library, as part of the FORTH-TRACE benchmark framework, is a Java implemented software tool that covers the entire feature-level fusion chain applied in Human Activity Recognition (HAR) applications.||Distributed Sensor Networks||JAVA|
|Feature selection & performance characterization of multi-hop WSN||This repository contains MATLAB code for the Representation Entropy Clustering Feature Selection Algorithm, which uses representation entropy ranking & clustering for the automatic calculation of the dominant network features that characterize the network performance in multi-hop wireless sensor network deployments. A sample dataset is also included.||Distributed Sensor Networks||MATLAB|
|Spectral Super Resolution of Hyperspectral Images||This repository contains MATLAB codes and scripts designed for the spectral super-resolution of hyperspectral data. The proposed approach synthesizes a high spectral resolution 3D data cube from its acquired low resolution form, by capitalizing on the Sparse Representations (SR) learning framework.||Imaging||MATLAB|
|Denoising||This repository contains MATLAB codes and scripts designed for the denoising of spectroscopic data.||Imaging||MATLAB|
|1-bit Tensor Completion||This repository contains MATLAB codes and scripts designed for the 1-bit tensor completion algorithm. In the proposed approach is explored the recovery of a low-rank tensor from a small number of binary measurements. Specifically, given a 3-order tensor where only a small number of binary entries are available, we unfold it into 3 matrices and we apply the quantized matrix completion algorithm to the all-mode matricizations of the tensor.||Imaging||MATLAB|
|Multi-label Land Cover Scene Categorization||This repository contains Python code designed for the the problem of multi-label land cover scene categorization. A deep learning architecture is adopted, namely Convolutional Neural Networks, along with the utilization of a data augmentation technique for the artificial increase of the size of the employed dataset.||Imaging||PYTHON|
|Dataset||Description||Research Area||File Size|
|The FORTH TRACE Dataset||This is a Human Activity Recognition dataset, which contains 3-axial sensing parameters (acceleration, angular velocity, magnetic field variations) from five different body locations. 15 healthy volunteers participated this study, performing a set of 16 activities.||Distributed Sensor Networks||108MB|
|Microphone array recordings for localization in real-life conditions||Speech recordings with an acoustic sensor network of two microphone arrays in a typical office environment (T60 approximately equal to 400 ms).||Acoustic Sensor Networks||75MB|
|User generated audio recordings||Audio recordings captured using smartphones and portable electronic devices at two different public events, a musical concert and a football match.||Audio & Speech Signal Processing|
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