Cardiovascular diseases are the most significant reason of death in the world. Continuous monitoring of heart function and automatic detection of arrhythmias in 24/7 manner brings new opportunities to the healthcare. Holter monitor used in Russian medicine is very uncomfortable since it is a heavy device with a lot of electrodes and it requires skilled doctor’s help to set up them correctly. Consequently it can’t be used for long-term monitoring.
The more convenient solution is to use portable digital monitors. In this case all computational tasks can be assigned to the smartphones.
There are a lot of various sensors in modern smartphones, such as an ambient light sensor, a proximity sensor, Global Positioning System (GPS), a compass, a gyroscopic sensor, an accelerometer and others. In this work we study potentialities of accelerometers, specifically gait analysis methods. Some of them have already implemented and been used successfully, such as pedometer. Other potentialities, in which we interested, are human identification and health monitoring. A number of biometric methods of identification have been introduced over the years, such as eye scans (retina or iris), fingerprint recognition, hand or palm geometry, voice recognition, facial
Участники команды на протяжении длительного времени занимаются разработкой организации, обработки и анализа данных в медицине, созданию решений по дистанционному контролю за параметрами жизнедеятельности человека, созданию масштабных телекоммуникационных сервисов, вычислительных систем. В составе команды присутствуют участники, обладающие глубокими теоретическими знаниями и практическим опытом в нескольких областях медицины. В общей сложности команда представлена участниками из 3-х стран, 6-ти городов и 10-ти университетов и организаций
Finnish-Russian University Cooperation in Telecommunications (FRUCT) Association is a big and distinguished community that currently involves more than 20 universities from Russia, Finland, Denmark and Ukraine. The main goal of the community is support of international collaboration of R&D groups both from academy and industry, propagation of students and staff mobility and, therefore, increasing the overall level of research. However, up to now there is no existing mechanism either for FRUCT members or not, to find information about particular person activities, their knowledge and interests. This fact makes the process of looking for possible colleagues to
In spite of an essential progress in wireless networks standardization, a set of unresolved technical tasks still exists. One of such a task is traffic forecasting and management. Historically, routing protocols and algorithms came from wired networks where network topology and data flow structure are relatively stable. Effective adaptive routing algorithms, which can tune routes for concrete situations, already exist.
Mesh-networks dynamic nature and QoS restrictions (supported services, throughput...) cause a set of specific tasks in projection of network interaction layers. For example one of such a tasks is routes reconfiguration while dynamic mesh
Smart Conference System is a system, which aim is to intelligently assist resolving of complicated conference routines by automating the work of conference organizers and providing useful services to conference participants. For now, the main scenario of participation in Smart Conference implies that every speaker or visitor uses a client application. With the use of this application participants can browse current schedule of the section, current slide of the talk being presented, detailed information about talks, participant interests, and many more.
Smart Conference System is a rather flexible system due to its architecture based on loosely-coupled
Comparison of 3GPP Release 10 and 802.16m characteristics in Opnet Modeler. Implementation of MU-MIMO and scheduling algorithms for MU-MIMO for 3GPP Release 10 and Wimax in Opnet Modeler.
This project is supported by grant of Nokia Siemens Networks in Russia to Mikhail Gerasimenko for studies abroad (at Tampere University of Technology).
This research is based on work of Russian Evaluation Group , which purpose was to perform evaluation of two candidate radio interface technologies (RIT) submitted to ITU, namely IEEE 802.16m (IEEE RIT based on ADV/4) and 3GPP Release 10 and beyond (3GPP RIT based on ADV/8). The idea of this research is to use Opnet Modeler to simulate the same scenarios, that was presented