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—A key challenge for mobile health is to develop new technology that can assist individuals in maintaining a healthy lifestyle by keeping track of their everyday behaviors. Smartphones embedded with a wide variety of sensors are enabling a new generation of personal health applications that can actively monitor, model and promote wellbeing. Automated(More)
The idea of continuously monitoring well-being using mobile-sensing systems is gaining popularity. In-situ measurement of human behavior has the potential to overcome the short comings of gold-standard surveys that have been used for decades by the medical community. However, current sensing systems have mainly focused on tracking physical health; some have(More)
PURPOSE Automated systems able to infer detailed measures of a person's social interactions and physical activities in their natural environments could lead to better understanding of factors influencing well-being. We assessed the feasibility of a wireless mobile device in measuring sociability and physical activity in older adults, and compared results(More)
Detecting wireless network intruders is challenging since logical addressing information may be spoofed and the attacker may be located anywhere within radio range. Accurate indoor geolocation provides a method by which the physical location of rogue wireless devices may be pinpointed whilst providing an additional option for location-based access control.(More)
Smartphone sensing and persuasive feedback design is enabling a new generation of wellbeing applications capable of automatically monitoring multiple aspects of physical and mental health. In this paper, we present <i>BeWell</i>+ the next generation of the BeWell smartphone health app, which continuously monitors user behavior along three distinct health(More)