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FEEL : a system for acquisition, processing and visualization of biophysiological signals and contextual information
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2012)
If we are to learn the effects of the environment and our day-to-day actions, and choices on our physiology, we must develop systems that will label biophysiological senor data with contextual information. In this thesis ...
Tributary : towards interactive real-time analytics of large scale sensor time series data
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2016)
State of the art technology has made it possible to monitor various physiological signals for prolonged periods. Using wearable sensors, individuals can be monitored; sensor data can be collected and stored in digital ...