Pervasive and Mobile Sensing and Computing for Healthcare

Technological and Social Issues

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ISBN: 978-3-642-32537-3 (Print) 978-3-642-32538-0 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-14

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    Pages 1-49

    Pervasive Sensing and M-Health: Vital Signs and Daily Activity Monitoring

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    Pages 51-68

    Are Technologies Assisted Homes Safer for the Elderly?

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    Pages 69-87

    A Large-Area Sensor System Underneath the Floor for Ambient Assisted Living Applications

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    Pages 89-110

    Footwear-Based Wearable Sensors for Physical Activity Monitoring

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    Pages 111-134

    Continuous-Wave Photoacoustic-Based Sensor for the Detection of Aqueous Glucose: Towards Non-invasive and Continuous Glycemia Sensing

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    Pages 135-156

    From Handheld Devices to Near-invisible Sensors: The Road to Pervasive e-Health

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    Pages 157-174

    A Universal Wireless Device for Biomedical Signals Recording

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    Pages 175-193

    Wireless Sensing System for Healthcare Monitoring Physiological State and Recognizing Behavior in Daily Life

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    Pages 195-205

    Automatic Sensing of Speech Activity and Correlation with Mood Changes

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    Pages 207-232

    The Potential of Pervasive Sensors and Computing for Positive Technology: The Interreality Paradigm

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    Pages 233-249

    Utilizing Social Media, Mobile Devices and Sensors for Consumer Health Communication: A Framework for Categorizing Emerging Technologies and Techniques

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    Pages 251-268

    EHR Ecosystem

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    Pages 269-295

    Acquisition and Analysis of Biomedical Signals in Case of Peoples Exposed to Electromagnetic Fields

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    Pages 297-313

    Modeling Dependability of IT Services Associated with Social and Economic Infrastructure Including Healthcare

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    Pages 315-359

    Requirements and Barriers to Pervasive Health Adoption

  17. Back Matter

    Pages 0--1