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SocialSensing-EpidimiologicalBehavior

SocialSensing-EpidimiologicalBehavior - Social Sensing for...

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Social Sensing for Epidimiological Behavior Change Anmol Madan, Manuel Cebrian, David Lazery and Alex Pentland MIT Media Lab and Northeastern Universityy Cambridge MA anmol, manuel, [email protected]; [email protected] By:Siddharth Mohan EEL 6788
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Content Introduction A brief on terms Behavioral effects Study(survey) Mobile sensing platform Platform architecture Daily Survey launcher Battery impact Behavioral effects PSI method+ results Conclusion
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Introduction This paper describes a novel application of ubiquitous computing. In this paper they use mobile phones as an active sensing and prediction platform to identify behavior changes reflected in mobile phone sensors. Common Colds, Influenza, Fever, Stress and Mild Depression It also emphasizes the possibility in determining the health status of individuals using information gathered by mobile phones, without having actual health measurements of the individuals involved.
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A Brief on Terms Epidemiology - The study of patterns of health and illness and associated factors at the population level. Ubiquitous Computing - Existence or being everywhere at the same time Reality Mining - It is the collection and analysis of machine-sensed environmental data pertaining to human social behavior, with the goal of identifying predictable patterns of behavior
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This paper is all about… In this paper, they use a mobile phone based co-location and communication sensing to measure the characteristic behavior changes in symptomatic individuals.
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