Special Issue "Advances on Data Transmission and Analysis for Wearable Sensors Systems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2016)
Dr. Pony Chu
Cisco Systems, Inc., 170 West Tasman Dr., San Jose, CA 95134, USA
Interests: mobile communications; wireless sensor networks; data mining
Dr. Wendong Xiao
School of Automation and Electrical Engineering, University of Science and Technology Beijing, 30 Xueyuan Road, Haidian District, Beijing 100083, China
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Interests: wireless localization and tracking; energy harvesting based network resource management; distributed machine learning for big data; wireless sensor networks; internet of things
Due to the advantages of practicability, flexibility, low-cost, and unobtrusiveness, in recent years, wearable sensor systems have infiltrated daily human life in applications like activity monitoring, healthcare, rehabilitation, sport training, and entertaining. The development of wearable sensor systems aims at continuously improving the quality of user experience and the performance of researches, which requires the sensor data transmission to be more robust, secure and energy saving, along with more intelligent and reliable data processing techniques. Additionally, many emerging applications of wearable sensors have brought new challenging problems, such as group behavior analysis, dynamic routing and wearable sensor based in-door localization, which force us to find new models or solutions to address them.
In this Special Issue, we solicit original papers with high quality related to data transmission and analysis for wearable sensor systems. Contribution may include, but are not limited to:
- Pattern recognition and analysis, such as daily activity recognition, gait analysis, behavior analysis, disease diagnosis;
- Localization and tracking problems for wearable sensors;
- Data fusion for heterogeneous or multisource wearable sensor data;
- Mobility support for wearable sensors, such as energy harvesting and dynamic routing or clustering;
- Group behavior analysis and prediction;
- Security and privacy issues in data transmission and system protection;
- Other emerging wearable sensor applications;
Prof. Dr. Yun Liu
Prof. Dr. Wendong Xiao
Prof. Dr. Han-Chieh Chao
Dr. Pony Chu
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Wearable sensors
- Intelligent computing
- Activity monitoring
- Behavior analysis
- Security and privacy
- Mobility support