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Advancing Quantified-Self Applications Utilizing Visual Data Analytics and the Internet of Things

Abstract : The exponential growth of the number and variety of IoT devices and applications for personal use, as well as the improvement of their quality and performance, facilitates the realization of intelligent eHealth concepts. Nowadays, it is easier than ever for individuals to monitor themselves, quantify and log their everyday activities in order to gain insights about their body performance and receive recommendations and incentives to improve it. Of course, in order for such systems to live up to the promise, given the treasure trove of data that is collected, machine learning techniques need to be integrated in the processing and analysis of the data. This systematic and automated quantification, logging and analysis of personal data, using IoT and AI technologies, has given birth to the phenomenon of Quantified-Self. This work proposes a prototype decentralized Quantified-Self application, built on top of a dedicated IoT gateway, that aggregates and analyses data from multiple sources, such as biosignal sensors and wearables, and performs analytics and visualization on it.
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Dimitris Chousiadas, Andreas Menychtas, Panayiotis Tsanakas, Ilias Maglogiannis. Advancing Quantified-Self Applications Utilizing Visual Data Analytics and the Internet of Things. 14th IFIP International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations (AIAI), May 2018, Rhodes, Greece. pp.263-274, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-92016-0_24⟩. ⟨hal-01821306⟩



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