A wearable earpad sensor for chewing monitoring

@article{Amft2010AWE,
  title={A wearable earpad sensor for chewing monitoring},
  author={Oliver Amft},
  journal={2010 IEEE Sensors},
  year={2010},
  pages={222-227}
}
Today dietary assessments require manual information sampling in paper or electronic questionnaires on food type and other diet-related details. Low accuracies of 50% are confirmed for self-reporting, which weakens diet coaching effectiveness and is a major limitation for today's diet programs. Automatic Dietary Monitoring (ADM) using ubiquitous sensors was proposed to alleviate this problem. In this work, we present implementation and analysis results of a novel acoustic earpad sensor device… CONTINUE READING
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