Chun-Hsiang Lee

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The drive toward smart cities alongside the increasing adoption of personal sensors is leading to big sensor data, which is so large and complex that traditional methods for utilizing it are inadequate. Although systems exist for storing and managing large-scale sensor data, the real value of such data are the insights it could enable. However, no current(More)
In scientometrics for trend analysis, parameter choices for observing trends are often made ad hoc in past studies. For examples, different year spans might be used to create the time sequence and different indices were chosen for trend observation. However, the effectiveness of these choices was hardly known, quantitatively and comparatively. This work(More)
Quickly evolving modern technologies such as cloud computing, Internet of things, and intelligent data analysis have created great opportunities for better living. The authors visualize the role these technological innovations will play in the healthcare sector as they spearhead a shift in focus from offering better healthcare services only to people with(More)
The drive toward smart cities alongside the rising adoption of personal sensors is leading to a torrent of sensor data. While systems exist for storing and managing sensor data, the real value of such data is the insight which can be generated from it. However there is currently no platform which enables sensor data to be taken from collection, through use(More)
Recent developments of modern technologies such as cloud computing, wearable sensor devices and big data have significantly impacted people's daily lives, and offer real potential for an Internet-wide, people-centric ecosystem. These advances in technology will considerably extend human capabilities in acquiring, consuming and sharing personal health(More)
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