Takashi Hamatani

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Monitoring body core temperature is important to prevent heat stroke. Core temperature is often measured as rectal or tympanic temperature which is difficult to monitor during activities. In this paper, we propose a method to estimate core temperature based on the two-node human thermal model by using wearable sensors. For accurate estimation, infeasible(More)
In this paper, we propose a non-invasive method to estimate core temperature based on a human thermal model considering individual differences using a wrist-watch wearable sensor. The method employs the two-node model to simulate the change of core and skin temperature by calculating heat exchange between core, skin and environment and heat production in(More)
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