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Thermal Dissipation Resulting from Everyday Interactions as a Sensing Modality -- The MIDAS Touch

Dec 06, 2022
Farooq Dar, Hilary Emenike, Zhigang Yin, Mohan Liyanage, Rajesh Sharma, Agustin Zuniga, Mohammad A. Hoque, Marko Radeta, Petteri Nurmi, Huber Flores

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Low-Cost Outdoor Air Quality Monitoring and In-Field Sensor Calibration

Feb 05, 2020
Francesco Concas, Julien Mineraud, Eemil Lagerspetz, Samu Varjonen, Kai Puolamäki, Petteri Nurmi, Sasu Tarkoma

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A Gap Analysis of Low-Cost Outdoor Air Quality Sensor In-Field Calibration

Dec 13, 2019
Francesco Concas, Julien Mineraud, Eemil Lagerspetz, Samu Varjonen, Kai Puolamäki, Petteri Nurmi, Sasu Tarkoma

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Towards Using Unlabeled Data in a Sparse-coding Framework for Human Activity Recognition

Jul 23, 2014
Sourav Bhattacharya, Petteri Nurmi, Nils Hammerla, Thomas Plötz

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