Quantum Transfer Learning for Wi-Fi Sensing


Beyond data communications, commercial-off-theshelf Wi-Fi devices can be used to monitor human activities, track device locomotion, and sense the ambient environment. In particular, spatial beam attributes that are inherently available in the 60-GHz IEEE 802.11ad/ay standards have shown to be effective in terms of overhead and channel measurement granularity for these indoor sensing tasks. In this paper, we investigate transfer learning to mitigate domain shift in human monitoring tasks when Wi-Fi settings and environments change over time. As a proof-of-concept study, we consider quantum neural networks (QNN) as well as classical deep neural networks
(DNN) for the future quantum-ready society. The effectiveness of both DNN and QNN is validated by an in-house experiment for human pose recognition, achieving greater than 90% accuracy with a limited data size.


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  •  Koike-Akino, T., Pu, W., Wang, Y., "Quantum Transfer Learning for Wi-Fi Sensing", arXiv, May 2022.
    BibTeX arXiv
    • @article{Koike-Akino2022may,
    • author = {Koike-Akino, Toshiaki and Pu, Wang and Wang, Ye},
    • title = {Quantum Transfer Learning for Wi-Fi Sensing},
    • journal = {arXiv},
    • year = 2022,
    • month = may,
    • url = {}
    • }