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Tensor Embedding: A Supervised Framework for Human Behavioral Data Mining and Prediction

  title={Tensor Embedding: A Supervised Framework for Human Behavioral Data Mining and Prediction},
  author={Homa Hosseinmardi and Amir Ghasemian and Shrikanth S. Narayanan and Kristina Lerman and Emilio Ferrara},
Today's densely instrumented world offers tremendous opportunities for continuous acquisition and analysis of multimodal sensor data providing temporal characterization of an individual's behaviors. Is it possible to efficiently couple such rich sensor data with predictive modeling techniques to provide contextual, and insightful assessments of individual performance and wellbeing? Prediction of different aspects of human behavior from these noisy, incomplete, and heterogeneous bio-behavioral… 

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