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Improving Energy Expenditure Estimation in Wearables using a Heat Flux Sensor: First Observations

@article{Levikari2020ImprovingEE,
  title={Improving Energy Expenditure Estimation in Wearables using a Heat Flux Sensor: First Observations},
  author={Saku Levikari and Antti Immonen and M. Kuisma and Heikki Peltonen and M. Silvennoinen and H. Kyrolainen and P. Silventoinen},
  journal={arXiv: Signal Processing},
  year={2020}
}
  • Saku Levikari, Antti Immonen, +4 authors P. Silventoinen
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • arXiv: Signal Processing
  • Wearable electronics are often used for estimating the energy expenditure of the user based on heart rate measurement. While heart rate is a good predictor of calorie consumption at high intensities, it is less precise at low intensity levels, which translates into inaccurate results when estimating daily net energy expenditure. In this study, heart rate measurement was augmented with heat flux measurement, a form of direct calorimetry. A physical exercise test on a group of 15 people showed… CONTINUE READING
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