Health monitoring

Bram Hajee, Kees Wisse & Peyman Mohajerin Esfahani
Multi-sensor networks are becoming more and more popular in order to assess the post occupancy performance of smart buildings, since they enable continuous monitoring with a high spatial resolution of the occupancy, thermal comfort and indoor air quality. An urgent, but poorly attended topic in this field is the automated detection of sensor anomalies. For example, CO2-sensors can perform auto-calibration, during which the data is not reliable. Without identifying the poor reliability of this data,...
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