Towards distributed real-time physiological processing in mobile environments
Meneghello, J., Lee, K. and Gilleade, K. (2012) Towards distributed real-time physiological processing in mobile environments. In: IEEE 23rd International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, PIMRC 2012, 9 - 12 September, Sydney, Australia pp. 2524-2529.
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Physiological monitoring has been used in a wide range of scenarios to assist in disease diagnosis, athlete monitoring and other activities. There are also many opportunities in analysing aggregate data from groups of people rather than individuals such as public event monitoring or athletic team performance optimisation. Numerous difficulties exist pertaining to this, particularly concerning how to process and transform the resulting physiological data in real-time when many devices are producing data. This paper proposes a system that is designed to monitor, analyse and report physiological data in real-time by leveraging mobile devices as distributed processors.
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