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Deep Learning for Health Informatics
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A comprehensive up-to-date review of research employing deep learning in health informatics, providing a critical analysis of the relative merit, and potential pitfalls of the technique as well as its future outlook. Expand
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BODY SENSOR NETWORK – A WIRELESS SENSOR PLATFORM FOR PERVASIVE HEALTHCARE MONITORING
With recent advances in wireless sensor networks and embedded computing technologies, miniaturized pervasive health monitoring devices have become practically feasible. In addition to providingExpand
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Sensor Positioning for Activity Recognition Using Wearable Accelerometers
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This work provides a framework for the analysis of sensor placement as well as feature relevance for activity recognition using wearable accelerometers. Expand
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Unobtrusive Sensing and Wearable Devices for Health Informatics
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The aging population, prevalence of chronic diseases, and outbreaks of infectious diseases are some of the major challenges of our present-day society. Expand
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A Deep Learning Approach to on-Node Sensor Data Analytics for Mobile or Wearable Devices
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The increasing popularity of wearable devices in recent years means that a diverse range of physiological and functional data can now be captured continuously for applications in sports, wellbeing, and healthcare. Expand
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Sensor Placement for Activity Detection Using Wearable Accelerometers
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In this paper, we have presented a framework for the investigation of feature relevance as well as sensor positioning for a set of wearable accelerometers. Expand
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Deep learning for human activity recognition: A resource efficient implementation on low-power devices
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A human activity recognition technique based on a deep learning methodology is designed to enable accurate and real-time classification for low-power wearable devices. Expand
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Direction sensitive fall detection using a triaxial accelerometer and a barometric pressure sensor
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Falling is one of the leading causes of serious health decline or injury-related deaths in the elderly. Expand
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An Intelligent Food-Intake Monitoring System Using Wearable Sensors
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The prevalence of obesity worldwide presents a great challenge to existing healthcare systems. Expand
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PRISMATICA: toward ambient intelligence in public transport environments
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This work describes an architecture that takes into account the distributed nature of the detection processes and the need to allow for different types of devices and actuators. Expand
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