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SleepSense: Non-invasive sleep event recognition using an electromagnetic probe

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SleepSense: Non-invasive sleep event recognition using an electromagnetic probe
—Sleep monitoring is receiving increased attention in the healthcare community, because the quality of sleep has a great impact on human health. Existing in-home sleep monitoring devices are either obtrusive to the user or cannot provide adequate sleep information. To this end, we present SleepSense, a contactless and low-cost sleep monitoring system for home use that can continuously detect the sleep event. Specifically, SleepSense consists of three parts: an electromagnetic probe, a robust automated radar demodulation module, and a signal processing framework for sleep event recognition, including on-bed movement, bed exit, and breathing event. We present a prototype of the SleepSense system, and perform a set of comprehensive experiments to evaluate the performance of sleep monitoring. Using a real-case evaluation, experimental results indicate that SleepSense can perform effective sleep event detection and recognition in practice.
Yan Zhuang, Chen Song, Aosen Wang, Feng Lin, Yiran
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where BSN
Authors Yan Zhuang, Chen Song, Aosen Wang, Feng Lin, Yiran Li, Changzhan Gu, Changzhi Li, Wenyao Xu
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