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生活リズムの類似性や周期性に基づく心身の健康状態の推定と予測

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第58回ユビキタスコンピューティングシステム研究発表会
での発表資料.

■日程 : 2018年5月18日(金)~19日(土)
■場所 : KDDI大手町ビル NICTイノベーションセンター
〒100-0004 東京都千代田区大手町1-8-1 ■プログラム

◆2018年5月18日(金) 行動認識1・センシング
◯高橋雄太・荒川豊・安本慶一(奈良先端科学技術大学院大学)

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生活リズムの類似性や周期性に基づく心身の健康状態の推定と予測

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