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Attention U-Net: learning where to look for the pancreas
O Oktay, J Schlemper, LL Folgoc, M Lee, M Heinrich, K Misawa, K Mori, ...
First Conference on Medical Imaging with Deep Learning (MIDL), 2018
21182018
Deep, Convolutional, and Recurrent Models for Human Activity Recognition using Wearables
N Hammerla, S Halloran, T Ploetz
Proc. IJCAI 2016 (arXiv preprint arXiv:1604.08880), 2016
8882016
Large scale population assessment of physical activity using wrist worn accelerometers: the UK biobank study
A Doherty, D Jackson, N Hammerla, T Plötz, P Olivier, MH Granat, T White, ...
PloS one 12 (2), e0169649, 2017
6322017
Offline bilingual word vectors, orthogonal transformations and the inverted softmax
SL Smith, DHP Turban, S Hamblin, NY Hammerla
Fifth International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR), 2017
5052017
Feature learning for activity recognition in ubiquitous computing
T Plötz, NY Hammerla, PL Olivier
Proc. IJCAI 2011, 2011
4082011
The mobile fitness coach: Towards individualized skill assessment using personalized mobile devices
M Kranz, A Möller, N Hammerla, S Diewald, T Plötz, P Olivier, L Roalter
Pervasive and Mobile Computing 9 (2), 203-215, 2013
2782013
PD Disease State Assessment in Naturalistic Environments using Deep Learning
N Hammerla, J Fisher, P Andras, L Rochester, R Walker, T Plötz
AAAI 2015, 2015
2042015
On preserving statistical characteristics of accelerometry data using their empirical cumulative distribution
NY Hammerla, R Kirkham, P Andras, T Plötz
Proceedings of the 17th annual international symposium on wearable computers …, 2013
1372013
Attention u-net: Learning where to look for the pancreas. arXiv
O Oktay, J Schlemper, LL Folgoc, M Lee, M Heinrich, K Misawa, K Mori, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1804.03999, 2018
1262018
Using unlabeled data in a sparse-coding framework for human activity recognition
S Bhattacharya, P Nurmi, N Hammerla, T Plötz
Pervasive and Mobile Computing 15, 242-262, 2014
1252014
Optimising sampling rates for accelerometer-based human activity recognition
A Khan, N Hammerla, S Mellor, T Plötz
Pattern Recognition Letters 73, 33-40, 2016
1212016
Dog's life: wearable activity recognition for dogs
C Ladha, N Hammerla, E Hughes, P Olivier, T Ploetz
Proceedings of the 2013 ACM international joint conference on Pervasive and …, 2013
1182013
Automatic assessment of problem behavior in individuals with developmental disabilities
T Plötz, NY Hammerla, A Rozga, A Reavis, N Call, GD Abowd
Proceedings of the 2012 ACM conference on ubiquitous computing, 391-400, 2012
1172012
ClimbAX: skill assessment for climbing enthusiasts
C Ladha, NY Hammerla, P Olivier, T Plötz
Proceedings of the 2013 ACM international joint conference on Pervasive and …, 2013
1102013
Let's (not) stick together: pairwise similarity biases cross-validation in activity recognition
NY Hammerla, T Plötz
Proceedings of the 2015 ACM international joint conference on pervasive and …, 2015
992015
Gymskill: A personal trainer for physical exercises
A Möller, L Roalter, S Diewald, J Scherr, M Kranz, N Hammerla, P Olivier, ...
2012 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications …, 2012
892012
Unsupervised home monitoring of Parkinson's disease motor symptoms using body-worn accelerometers
JM Fisher, NY Hammerla, T Ploetz, P Andras, L Rochester, RW Walker
Parkinsonism & related disorders 33, 44-50, 2016
852016
Body-worn sensors in Parkinson's disease: evaluating their acceptability to patients
JM Fisher, NY Hammerla, L Rochester, P Andras, RW Walker
Telemedicine and e-Health 22 (1), 63-69, 2016
772016
Relational graph attention networks
D Busbridge, D Sherburn, P Cavallo, NY Hammerla
arXiv preprint arXiv:1904.05811, 2019
702019
Automatic synchronization of wearable sensors and video-cameras for ground truth annotation--A practical approach
T Plotz, C Chen, NY Hammerla, GD Abowd
2012 16th international symposium on wearable computers, 100-103, 2012
542012
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