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In this paper we describe the deployment of an offshore wireless sensor network and the lightweight intelligence that was integrated into the data acquisition and forwarding software. Although the conditions were harsh and the hardware readily available, the deployment managed to characterise an extended period due the some unique algorithms. In-situ(More)
The non-invasive Exeter Dysphagia Assessment Technique (EDAT) was evaluated as a method of assessing the aetiology of dysphagia in children with cerebral palsy (CP). Data were collected from a group of 20 typically developing children (nine girls, 11 boys; age range 7 to 14 years) for comparison with 125 dysphagic children with CP (81 boys, 44 girls; age(More)
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