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Human movement monitoring using wireless sensors has become an important area of research today. The use of wireless sensors in human identification is a relatively new idea with interesting applications in portable device security and user recognition. In this paper, we describe a real-time wireless sensor system based on inexpensive inertial sensors that(More)
Monitoring human activities using wearable wireless sensor nodes has the potential to enable many useful applications for everyday situations. The deployment of a compact and computationally efficient grammatical representation of actions reduces the complexities involved in the detection and recognition of human behaviors in a distributed system. In this(More)
Research indicates that various disorders in aging ranging from mild cognitive impairment to dementia and Alzheimer's could be diagnosed early based on the study of locomotion. Sensor platforms integrated into clothing provide the possibility of reliable locomotion monitoring. In this work, we describe a system using inexpensive, off-the-shelf inertial(More)
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