Towards a Mobile Health Context Prediction: Sequential Pattern Mining in Multiple Streams

  title={Towards a Mobile Health Context Prediction: Sequential Pattern Mining in Multiple Streams},
  author={Marwan Hassani and Thomas Seidl},
  journal={2011 IEEE 12th International Conference on Mobile Data Management},
Context prediction is an emerging topic in the fields of data mining and information management which is both promising and challenging. Predicting the location of mobile objects was a frequently tackled subtask of mobile context prediction in recent researches. For scenarios of managing health information of mobile persons, the prediction of near future health status of persons is at least equally important to predicting their location. We introduce in this paper, to the best of our knowledge… CONTINUE READING
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