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ICONS
2009
IEEE
9 years 5 months ago
Power Saving of Real Time Embedded Sensor for Medical Remote Monitoring
The power saving is one of the important issue in the embedded systems. To reduce the consumption of the microprocessor of such a system, a way is to power down it when it is inac...
Frederic Fauberteau, Serge Midonnet, Dan Istrate
WH
2010
185views Healthcare» more  WH 2010»
8 years 5 months ago
Blood oxygen estimation from compressively sensed photoplethysmograph
In this work, we consider low power, wearable pulse oximeter sensors for ambulatory, remote vital signs monitoring applications. It is extremely important for such sensors to main...
Pawan K. Baheti, Harinath Garudadri, Somdeb Majumd...
SEUS
2008
IEEE
9 years 4 months ago
Data Services in Distributed Real-Time Embedded Systems
The computing systems are becoming deeply embedded into ordinary life and interact with physical processes and events. They monitor the physical world with sensors and provide app...
Woochul Kang, Sang Hyuk Son
ICRA
1998
IEEE
114views Robotics» more  ICRA 1998»
9 years 2 months ago
A Twenty-Four Hour Tele-Nursing System Using a Ring Sensor
The objective of this paper is to present the recent development of the ring sensor to monitor a patient 24 hours a day for a tele-nursing system. The ring sensor is worn by the p...
Boo-Ho Yang, Sokwoo Rhee, Haruhiko Asada
RTAS
2008
IEEE
9 years 4 months ago
TOSSTI: Saving Time and Energy in TinyOS with Software Thread Integration
Many wireless sensor nodes (motes) interface with slow peripheral devices, requiring the processor to wait. These delays waste time, energy and power, which are valuable but limit...
Zane D. Purvis, Alexander G. Dean
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