AffiliationUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
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AbstractEarly detection and diagnosis of knee related health disease is critical in mitigating the long term health risks of such ailments. Passive acoustic sensing is an under-utilized monitoring system that can be used in the assessment and potential diagnosis of knee health that has many potential benefits when compared to current medical technology. Developing accurate acoustic models and procedures for analyzing acoustic sensor data in these applications is of great importance. This paper presents the design and development of passive acoustic sensing system for characterizing knees along with data analysis techniques towards this end.
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