Longitudinal ambient mobile sensor monitoring for TCM-oriented healthcare assessments: Framework, challenges and applications
Fong S.1; Zhuang Y.1; Hu S.1; Song W.2; Liu L.4; Moutinho L.A.3
Source Publication26th International World Wide Web Conference 2017, WWW 2017 Companion
AbstractRecently healthcare using information technology progressed with the maturity of tele-health monitoring services through Internet, and the emergence of mobile apps on smartphone s that are geared towards recording inputs of intakes (e.g. calories, fat, amount of water etc.), as well as monitoring one's activity levels (e.g. number of steps walked) and emotion states, for inferring one's health condition. In this paper, a novel concept of fusing the current mobile app software technology, big data, sensing technology, and machine learning (in decision rule induction, reasoning, and image recognition) into the principles of TCM healthcare is proposed. TCM has developed a set of practical, universal and thorough, and systematic health care system, which is notably characterized by its relations to our daily lifestyles. Currently it lacks of some ubiquitous tools such as mobile smartphone and its sensing apps to embrace this healthcare concept as a personal assistant, monitoring and advising the user regarding his/her health and forewarning of any health risk. The challenges and potential applications are discussed in this paper. The advantage of this project is tapped from the popularity and convenient use of mobile smartphone and EEG sensors for providing ubiquitous personal TCM healthcare.
KeywordData mining Healthcare application Mobile apps
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CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.Universidade de Macau
2.North China University of Technology
3.Dublin City University
4.Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
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Fong S.,Zhuang Y.,Hu S.,et al. Longitudinal ambient mobile sensor monitoring for TCM-oriented healthcare assessments: Framework, challenges and applications[C],2019:1087-1094.
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