Intelligent health services based on biomedical smart sensors
Applied Sciences (Switzerland)
Activity recognition in health care, Biomedical data, Biomedical sensors, Data authentication and security, Data mining and big data analysis, Diagnostic and predictive analytics, Healthcare and wellness, Intelligent systems for health, Internet of Things, Machine and deep learning
© 2020 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. Health services can be improved by means of intelligent techniques that handle efficiently massive volumes of data collected from biomedical variables. Nowadays, these services are not only oriented to disease diagnosis and prevention, but wellness too. Advanced technologies and last trends in computing, internet of things, sensors, and data science are driving the development of new systems and applications in the area of intelligent health services based on biomedical smart sensors that deserve to be known. Through five research articles and a review, this Special Issue provides the opportunity to obtain a representative view of the potential of these technologies when applied to such a human welfare-oriented area.
Colomo-Palacios, Ricardo; Gómez-Pulido, Juan A.; and Pérez, Alfredo J., "Intelligent health services based on biomedical smart sensors" (2020). Faculty Bibliography. 2650.