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  1. BackgroundReadily accessible healthcare is an essential component of social functioning for the deaf and hard-of-hearing population in the United States. Frequently, health care is not easily accessible by this population. The consequences of this are most serious in emergency medical scenarios where information must be conveyed quickly and accur...
    Published: 3/8/2018
  2. Biometric security systems that utilize fingerprints, electroencephalogram (EEG), and face recognitions are vulnerable to cyberattacks. With personal and confidential information at stake, it is vital that these systems are complex and able to resist data breakage. One form of protection is applying machine learning to these systems. Machine Learn...
    Published: 2/13/2018
  3. Pervasive Brain-Mobile Interfacing (BMoI) is a new trend that has significantly increased within this decade through the creation of wearable dry contact electroencephalogram (EEG) sensors. Unfortunately, current commercially wearable brain sensors have low accuracy, power limitations and computational restraint based from mobile devices. These lim...
    Published: 11/22/2017
  4. Devices that continuously monitor cardiac activity in free living conditions are being integrated into everyday life. Cardiac sensors are an essential advancement for disease diagnostics and evaluation of post-operative progress. Also, these observations are useful for overall physical health and well-being. With today’s technology, smartpho...
    Published: 9/18/2017
  5. Automated diet monitoring and caloric intake prediction is an effective intervention technique for chronic diseases such as obesity and diabetes that affect nearly one-third of US adults. Recent studies show that camera-based applications that automatically identify type and quantity of food from an image of the food plate increase the likelihood t...
    Published: 6/3/2016
  6. Mobile medical applications range from simple physiological monitoring to more complex actuation control such as infusion pumps, and often share data with other apps and/or communicate with healthcare data banks. While this allows an unsupervised patient to be continuously monitored, software errors can be life threatening. Additionally, the secure...
    Published: 1/20/2015
  7. Managing personal health and wellness has been proven to increase productivity and lower stress, and smartphones have become an essential tool in this practice. Currently, there are a wide array of devices for tracking motion, heart rate, temperature, and even perspiration. While the more expensive products have multiple sensors, no device detects ...
    Published: 1/20/2015
  8. In mobile healthcare (mHealth) systems, a network of wireless monitoring sensors and actuators worn by a patient communicate with the cloud through a base station (usually a smartphone) to monitor and administer medical treatment. A patient’s electronic health records (EHRs) are stored in the cloud and are routinely updated with new data. Ens...
    Published: 1/20/2015
  9. Data centers are under increasingly greater pressure to cut energy costs and reduce their carbon footprint. To save money, data centers use uninterrupted power supply (UPS) to store power during off-peak hours for use during peak times when electricity providers charge more. Within the data center, power distribution units (PDUs) regulate power usa...
    Published: 10/10/2014
  10. Under increasingly greater pressure to cut energy costs and reduce their carbon footprint, data centers use energy buffering to store renewable and off-peak energy in energy storage devices (ESDs), such as batteries and ultra-capacitors, and appropriate power delivery to reduce electricity cost. A fundamental problem with energy buffering is coordi...
    Published: 10/10/2014
    Category(s): Energy & Power

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