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Model to Hardware : System-Level Modeling for Wearable Devices

Abstract : Wearable devices which capture and analyze physiological data in a non-invasive and not restraining manner are increasingly popular, but usually employ specialized hardware. Software is often limited, specific, and expensive. This paper shows how system-level modeling, virtual prototyping and electronic design can interact to help designing low-cost wearable bio-medical devices. We propose a design method which allows validation against actual electronic/mechanical prototypes and present a first case study, a daytime sleepiness detector.
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Daniela Genius, Roselyne Chotin. Model to Hardware : System-Level Modeling for Wearable Devices. ModelsWARD, Feb 2022, Virtual Conference, France. ⟨hal-03578816⟩

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