CAREER: Data Representation and Modeling for Unleashing the Potential of Multi-Modal Wearable Sensing Systems
Edgar J Lobaton
Project runs from 04/01/2016 to 03/31/2021
The objective of this proposal is to develop a computational framework that integrates statistical and computational geometric data analysis techniques for the processing, analysis and representation of patterns in order to unleash the potential of physiological and environmental multi-modal wearable sensing health systems for continuous monitoring and tracking of human wellness and physiological state. To accomplish this objective, this proposal will: (1) develop algorithms for the concurrent modeling of physiological, kinematics and environmental states for inference purposes; (2) develop techniques to transform models between different sensing systems in order to make information sharing compatible across platforms; and (3) develop techniques to maximize the impact on the behavior of individuals by elaborating on schemes for data representation. These techniques will empower users and medical practitioners to understanding, analyze, and make decisions based on patterns present in the data.