- Computational Physiology, Papers from the 2011 AAAI Spring Symposium, Technical Report SS-11-04, Stanford, California, USA, March 21-23, 2011. AAAI 2011
- Mark Buller, Paul Cuddihy, Finale Doshi-Velez:
- Amin Atrash, Emily Mower, Khawaja Shams, Maja J. Mataric:
Recognition of Physiological Data for a Motivational Agent.
- Rita Chattopadhyay, Narayanan Chatapuram Krishnan, Sethuraman Panchanathan:
Topology Preserving Domain Adaptation for Addressing Subject Based Variability in SEMG Signal.
- Rita Chattopadhyay, Jieping Ye, Sethuraman Panchanathan:
Transfer Learning Framework for Early Detection of Fatigue Using Non-invasive Surface Electromyogram Signals (SEMG).
- Jordan Frank, Shie Mannor, Doina Precup:
Activity Recognition with Time-Delay Emobeddings.
- Ankit J. Gordhandas, Thomas Heldt, George C. Verghese:
Real Time Extraction and Analysis of Key Morphological Features in the Electrocardiogram, for Data Compression and Clinical Decision Support.
- Dennis A. Grahn, Howard L. Davidson, H. Craig Heller:
Incorporating Variable Vascular Heat Exchangers Into Models Of Human Thermoregulation.
- Andrei V. Gribok, Mark J. Buller, William Rumpler, Reed W. Hoyt:
Total Variation Electrocardiogram Filtering.
- Bryan Haslam, Thomas Heldt, Ankit J. Gordhandas, Catherine Ricciardi, George C. Verghese:
Relating Noninvasive Cardiac Output and Total Peripheral Resistance Estimates to Physical Activity in an Ambulatory Setting.
- Pat Langley, Will Bridewell:
Combining Data-Driven and Knowledge-Guided Methods to Induce Interpretable Physiological Models.
- Henry Charles Lukaski, Michaeal Singer:
Phase Angle as a Prognostic Indicator in Cancer.
- Andrew V. Nguyen, Rob Wynden, Yao Sun:
HBase, MapReduce, and Integrated Data Visualization for Processing Clinical Signal Data.
- Guillaume Saulnier, Joelle Pineau:
Automatic Seizure Detection in an In-Vivo Model of Epilepsy.
- James Yungjen Tung, Jonathan F. L. Semple, Wei X. Woo, Wei-Shou Hsu, Mathieu Sinn, Eric A. Roy, Pascal Poupart:
Ambulatory Assessment of Lifestyle Factors for Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias.
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