A Method for Combining Classical and Deep Machine Learning for Mobile Health and Behavior Monitoring
This paper summarizes the doctoral dissertation of the author, which presents a method for fusing classical and deep machine learning for mobile health and behavior monitoring with wearable sensors.
M. Gjoreski, A fusion of classical and deep machine learning for mobile health and behavior monitoring with wearable sensors, PhD Thesis, IPS Jožef Stefan, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2020.
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