The increase number of mobile users in wireless environment affects query access time substantially. To minimise the query access time, one possible way is to employ data broadcasting strategy. In this paper, we propose cost models for both query access time over broadcast channel and on-demand channel. We examine the cost models to find optimum number of… (More)
This article introduces MobiSense, a novel mobile health monitoring system for ambulatory patients. MobiSense resides in a mobile device, communicates with a set of body sensor devices attached to the wearer, and processes data from these sensors. MobiSense is able to detect body postures such as lying, sitting, and standing, and walking speed, by utilizing… (More)
Data broadcasting strategy is known as a scalable way to disseminate information to mobile users. However, with a very large set of broadcast items, the query access time of mobile clients raise accordingly, due to high waiting time for mobile clients to find their data of interest. One possible solution is to split the database information into several… (More)
In this paper, we present our experience in developing and evaluating a resource-aware time-series analysis for ECG data on mobile devices using SAX (Symbolic Aggregate Approximation).
A scalable information delivery services like data broadcasting scheme is definitely of great interest especially to deal with the exponential increase of mobile users. In this paper, we present Global Indexing with data placement scheme for multi broadcast channels environment, which aims to minimize query access time, tuning time and power consumption.… (More)
This paper describes a new classification system for real-time monitoring of physical activity, which is able to detect body postures (lying, sitting, and standing) and walking speed with data acquired from three wearable biaxial accelerometer sensors deployed in a wireless body sensor network. One sensor is waist-mounted while the remaining two are… (More)
—There is a growing focus on 24/7 cardiac monitoring that leverages state of the art mobile phones and commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) wearable bio-sensors. While many signal processing techniques for mobile ECG analysis have been developed, these techniques tend to be computationally intensive. In this paper, we propose, develop and evaluate a… (More)