Diane J. Cook

School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

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JBHI, Featured Articles
Analyzing Activity Behavior and Movement in a Naturalistic Environment Using Smart Home Techniques
One of the many services that intelligent systems can provide is the ability to analyze the impact of different medical conditions on daily behavior. This study uses smart homes and wearable sensors to collect data while (n=84) older adults perform... Read more
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Wearable Device-Independent Next Day Activity and Next Night Sleep Prediction for Rehabilitation Populations
Wearable sensor-based devices are increasingly applied in free-living and clinical settings to collect fine-grained, objective data about activity and sleep behavior. The manufacturers of these devices provide proprietary software that labels the sensor data at specified time intervals with activity... Read more