Enabling Virtual Sensing as a Service
AbstractIn many situations, placing a physical sensor in the ideal position in or on the human body to acquire sensing data is incredibly difficult. Virtual sensors, in contrast to physical sensors, can provide indirect measurements by making use of other available sensor data. In this paper, we demonstrate a virtual sensing application developed as a service on top of a cloud-based health sensor data management platform called Wiki-Health. The proposed application “implants” virtual sensors in the human body by integrating environmental, geographic and personal sensor data with physiological models to compute temperature estimations of various parts of the body. The feasibility of the proposed virtual sensing service is supported by a case study. The ability to share computational models relevant to do calculations on measured data on the go is also discussed. View Full-Text
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Li, Y.; Pandis, I.; Guo, Y. Enabling Virtual Sensing as a Service. Informatics 2016, 3, 3.
Li Y, Pandis I, Guo Y. Enabling Virtual Sensing as a Service. Informatics. 2016; 3(2):3.Chicago/Turabian Style
Li, Yang; Pandis, Ioannis; Guo, Yike. 2016. "Enabling Virtual Sensing as a Service." Informatics 3, no. 2: 3.
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