Prediction of Labor Activity Recognition in Construction with Machine Learning Algorithms
Keywords:Construction Management, Machine Learning, Activity Recognition, Labor
It is essential that the control and management of the work of labors in construction project management is effective. In this study, it is aimed to building artificial intelligence models to recognition on activities in a construction work to effectively utilization project management and control. In accordance with this purpose, 3-axis accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer data were obtained from the labors through the sensor to predict the activities determined for a construction work. These raw data were made compliance for the model by going through a series of preprocessing applications. These data are trained and modeled with basic machine learning algorithms logistic regression, SVC, DT and KNN algorithms. According to the results of the analysis, the best prediction was obtained with the SVC algorithm with an accuracy of 90%. In other algorithms, respectively, 87% accuracy was contrived in the KNN algorithm, and approximately 80% accuracy in the logistic regression and DT algorithms. According to these values, it has been observed that the activities performed in a construction work can be estimated at a high rate. In this way, at the construction sites, it can be automatically determined which work the laborer do at a certain accuracy rate.
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