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Lucas Pereira, Vitor Aguiar, Fábio Vasconcelos
Data 2021, 6(3), 25; doi: 10.3390/data6030025
Publication year: 2021


In the era of big data and artificial intelligence, public datasets are becoming increasingly important for researchers to build and evaluate their models. This paper presents the FIKWaste dataset, which contains time series data for the volume of waste produced in three restaurant kitchens in Portugal. Glass, paper, plastic, and undifferentiated waste bins were monitored for consecutive periods of four weeks. In addition to the time-series measurements, the FIKWaste dataset contains labels for waste disposal events, i.e., when the waste bins are emptied, and technical and non-technical details of the monitored kitchens.