Wireless sensor networks for rehabilitation applications: Challenges and opportunities

  title={Wireless sensor networks for rehabilitation applications: Challenges and opportunities},
  author={Abdelkrim Hadjidj and Marion Souil and Abdelmadjid Bouabdallah and Yacine Challal and Henry L. Owen},
  journal={J. Network and Computer Applications},
Rehabilitation supervision has emerged as a new application of wireless sensor networks (WSN), with unique communication, signal processing and hardware design requirements. It is a broad and complex interdisciplinary research area on which more than one hundred papers have been published by several research communities (electronics, bio-mechanical, control and computer science). In this paper, we present WSN for rehabilitation supervision with a focus on key scientific and technical challenges… CONTINUE READING
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