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Personalized Stress Detection with Self-supervised Learned Features

@inproceedings{Matthes2020PersonalizedSD,
  title={Personalized Stress Detection with Self-supervised Learned Features},
  author={Stefan Matthes and Zhiwei Han and Tianming Qiu and Bruno Michel and S{\"o}ren Klinger and Hao Shen and Yuanting Liu and Bashar Altakrouri},
  year={2020}
}
Automated stress detection using physiological sensors is challenging due to inaccurate labeling and individual bias in the sensor data. Previous methods consider stress detection as a supervised classification task, where bad labeling leads to a large performance drop. Furthermore, the poor generalizability to unseen subjects reveals the importance of personalizing stress detection for both interand intra-individual sensor data variability. Towards this end we present a label-free feature… 

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