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A survey on wearable technology: History, state-of-the-art and current challenges

Aleksandr Ometov, Viktoriia Shubina, Lucie Klus, Justyna Skibińska, Salwa Saafi, Pavel Pascacio, Laura Flueratoru, Darwin Quezada Gaibor, Nadezhda Chukhno, Olga Chukhno, Asad Ali, Asma Channa (+11 others)
2021 Computer Networks  
Moreover, the paper provides an extensive and diverse classification of wearables, based on various factors, a discussion on wireless communication technologies, architectures, data processing aspects,  ...  One of the underlying versatile technologies, namely wearables, is able to capture rich contextual information produced by such devices and use it to deliver a legitimately personalized experience.  ...  Once these issues are detected, multiple techniques can be used to remove missing values, delete outlier samples, merge duplicate data, etc.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2021.108074 fatcat:523aaizt5jb7jgy6vzysm6q5iu

Privacy for the MBP IoT platform [article]

Jakob Benz, Universität Stuttgart
2021
A central IoT platform is often used to manage this data. That is, privacy concerns arise which have to be dealt with, e.g., by the vendors of IoT platforms.  ...  We then present a generic end-to-end reference architecture for IoT environments.  ...  Although the smartwatch might be able to detect an emergency in case of a very low or high heart rate, more complex diagnosis requires both a broader range of medical data and more computing power than  ... 
doi:10.18419/opus-11359 fatcat:6cqgxyrugvbmnk6ev4hblgqc6i

LIPIcs, Volume 71, SNAPL'17, Complete Volume [article]

Benjamin S. Lerner, Rastislav Bodík, Shriram Krishnamurthi
2017
Ernst for sharing interesting CAD and STL models with us. Doug Woos and John Toman were very helpful in providing feedback on earlier drafts of the paper.  ...  We are especially grateful to our shepherd Jonathan Ragan-Kelley and the anonymous reviewers for pointing us to interesting related working and guiding several key improvements to the paper.  ...  As is common in embedded systems, concurrency with sensors is largely interrupt-driven. For example, an MCU may request data from a sensor, and a sensor may buffer and reply with data.  ... 
doi:10.4230/lipics.snapl.2017 fatcat:tmxd6cpxebfbdi6xs3ki5cbgfi