An approach for deriving continuous health assessment indicators from in-home sensor data

@inproceedings{Hayes2008AnAF,
  title={An approach for deriving continuous health assessment indicators from in-home sensor data},
  author={Tamara L. Hayes and M. Paloma Pavel and Jeffrey A. Kaye},
  year={2008}
}
Recently, a number of projects have been undertaken to collect continuous behavioral data from elderly individuals using unobtrusive inhome sensors. An important challenge facing these projects is the development of approaches for interpreting these data. One approach, based on statistical process control, is to model each individual’s behavior as a random process whose mean and variance may change over time. The sensor data then provide specific measures of the process that can be used to… CONTINUE READING

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