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Reliable contextual information of remotely monitored patients should be generated to prevent hazardous situations and to provide pervasive services in home-based care. This is difficult for several reasons. First, low level data obtained from heterogeneous sensors have different degrees of uncertainty. Second, generated contexts can be corrupted or(More)
Pervasive healthcare monitoring using body sensors and wireless sensor networks is a rapidly growing area in healthcare monitoring applications. Several issues arise in these systems, such as complex distributed data processing, data fusion, unreliable data communication, and uncertainty of data analysis in order to successfully monitor patients in real(More)
Some types of contextual information are more important than others for inferring a situation of the patient in home-based care. The weight of this information may be changed due to the variations of the sensed values over time. Some researches applied a static weighting based fusion process to their systems to model these variations. However, this fusion(More)
Reliable contextual information should be generated to provide pervasive services to the occupant in smart spaces. This is difficult for several reasons. First, the number of ways to describe an event or an object is unlimited and there is no standard regarding granularity of context information in context classification schemes. Second, the quality of a(More)
—In home-based care, reliable contextual information of remotely monitored patients should be generated by correctly recognizing the activities to prevent hazardous situations of the patient. It is difficult to achieve a higher confidence level of con-textual information for several reasons. First, low-level data from multisensors have different degrees of(More)
—In this paper, we present a novel radio-frequency identification (RFID) smart shelf that accurately locates tagged objects using standard passive UHF RFID tags. This standard-based commercial off-the-shelf approach provides significant advantages over custom HF RFID and other near-field RFID approaches, including reduced tag costs, minimal infrastructure(More)
In this paper, we propose a novel indoor localization technique of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) using passive UHF far-field RFID systems. First, this paper presents impact of existence of UAV to RFID system. According to our empirical results, the existence of UAV, in a monitoring area, induces RF shadowing and Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI)(More)
In this paper, we present causes of variation in performance for passive UHF RFID tags with empirical results in two different environments: practical conditions and an anechoic chamber. We study the critical causes of RSSI ambiguity, such as a posture of tag, and variations among uniform tags. Moreover, in passive UHF RFID systems, Tag-to-Tag interferences(More)
The Akt/mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) pathway is up-regulated in many human cancers, and agents targeting the mTOR pathway are in various stages of clinical development and application. Expression of pAkt and mTOR was studied by immunohistochemical analysis of 574 surgically resected non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) specimens on a tissue(More)