Unsupervised Motion Artifact Detection in Wrist-Measured Electrodermal Activity Data

26 Jul 2017Yuning ZhangMaysam HaghdanKevin S. Xu

One of the main benefits of a wrist-worn computer is its ability to collect a variety of physiological data in a minimally intrusive manner. Among these data, electrodermal activity (EDA) is readily collected and provides a window into a person's emotional and sympathetic responses... (read more)

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