Published on in Vol 2, No 2 (2013): Jul-Dec

Live Long and Prosper: Potentials of Low-Cost Consumer Devices for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases

Live Long and Prosper: Potentials of Low-Cost Consumer Devices for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases

Live Long and Prosper: Potentials of Low-Cost Consumer Devices for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases

Authors of this article:

Jochen Meyer 1 ;   Andreas Hein 2

Journals

  1. Meng Y, Speier W, Shufelt C, Joung S, E Van Eyk J, Bairey Merz C, Lopez M, Spiegel B, Arnold C. A Machine Learning Approach to Classifying Self-Reported Health Status in a Cohort of Patients With Heart Disease Using Activity Tracker Data. IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics 2020;24(3):878 View
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Books/Policy Documents

  1. Cosoli G, Scalise L. Sensors. View
  2. Meyer J, Fortmann J, Wasmann M, Heuten W. MultiMedia Modeling. View
  3. Hellmers S, Fudickar S, Büse C, Dasenbrock L, Heinks A, Bauer J, Hein A. Ambient Assisted Living. View
  4. Ferriere M. Prescription des Activités Physiques. View