Stress Detection Using Smart Phone Data

@inproceedings{Kostopoulos2016StressDU,
  title={Stress Detection Using Smart Phone Data},
  author={Panagiotis Kostopoulos and Athanasios I. Kyritsis and Michel Deriaz and Dimitri Konstantas},
  booktitle={eHealth 360°},
  year={2016}
}
In today’s society, working environments are becoming more stressful. The problem of occupational stress is generally recognized as one of the major factors leading to a wide spectrum of health problems. However work should, ideally, be a source of health, pride and happiness, in the sense of enhancing motivation and strengthening personal development. In this work, we present StayActive, a system which aims to detect stress and burn-out risks by analyzing the behaviour of the users via their… CONTINUE READING

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