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The rapid advances in wireless communication and sensor technologies facilitate the development of viable mobile-Health applications that boost opportunity for ubiquitous real-time healthcare monitoring without constraining patients' activities. However, remote healthcare monitoring requires continuous sensing for different analog signals which results in generating large volumes of data that needs to be processed, recorded, and transmitted. Thus, developing efficient in-network data reductiondoi:10.1109/glocom.2016.7841904 dblp:conf/globecom/AwadSJMC16 fatcat:z7zbvem5gzc2dcidhgwdrt3tii