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Academic Article Reliability and validity of a portable metabolic measurement system.
Academic Article Calibration of the Computer Science and Applications, Inc. accelerometer.
Academic Article Field evaluation of the Computer Science and Applications, Inc. physical activity monitor.
Academic Article Empirical mode decomposition applied to tissue artifact removal from respiratory signal.
Academic Article An artificial neural network to estimate physical activity energy expenditure and identify physical activity type from an accelerometer.
Academic Article Evaluation of artificial neural network algorithms for predicting METs and activity type from accelerometer data: validation on an independent sample.
Academic Article ZigBee-based wireless multi-sensor system for physical activity assessment.
Academic Article Wireless design of a multisensor system for physical activity monitoring.
Academic Article Development of novel techniques to classify physical activity mode using accelerometers.
Academic Article Midpoint-based empirical decomposition for nonlinear trend estimation.
Academic Article Validity of the Computer Science and Applications, Inc. (CSA) activity monitor.
Academic Article Intraindividual variation during inclined steady-rate treadmill running.
Concept Numerical Analysis, Computer-Assisted
Concept Computer Simulation
Concept Image Interpretation, Computer-Assisted
Concept Signal Processing, Computer-Assisted
Concept Neural Networks (Computer)
Academic Article A method to estimate free-living active and sedentary behavior from an accelerometer.
Academic Article Comparison of raw acceleration from the GENEA and ActiGraphâ„¢ GT3X+ activity monitors.
Academic Article Methods to estimate aspects of physical activity and sedentary behavior from high-frequency wrist accelerometer measurements.

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