Accurate and privacy preserving cough sensing using a low-cost microphone

@inproceedings{Larson2011AccurateAP,
  title={Accurate and privacy preserving cough sensing using a low-cost microphone},
  author={Eric C. Larson and TienJui Lee and Sean Liu and Margaret Rosenfeld and Shwetak N. Patel},
  booktitle={UbiComp},
  year={2011}
}
Audio-based cough detection has become more pervasive in recent years because of its utility in evaluating treatments and the potential to impact the quality of life for individuals with chronic cough. We critically examine the current state of the art in cough detection, concluding that existing approaches expose private audio recordings of users and bystanders. We present a novel algorithm for detecting coughs from the audio stream of a mobile phone. Our system allows cough sounds to be… CONTINUE READING
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