Fahd Albinali
Fahd Albinali
CTO, QMedic
Verified email at mit.edu
TitleCited byYear
Estimating activity and sedentary behavior from an accelerometer on the hip or wrist
ME Rosenberger, WL Haskell, F Albinali, S Mota, J Nawyn, S Intille
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 45 (5), 964, 2013
1892013
Using wearable activity type detection to improve physical activity energy expenditure estimation
F Albinali, S Intille, W Haskell, M Rosenberger
Proceedings of the 12th ACM international conference on Ubiquitous computing …, 2010
1422010
Recognizing stereotypical motor movements in the laboratory and classroom: a case study with children on the autism spectrum
F Albinali, MS Goodwin, SS Intille
Proceedings of the 11th international conference on Ubiquitous computing, 71-80, 2009
902009
Automated detection of stereotypical motor movements
MS Goodwin, SS Intille, F Albinali, WF Velicer
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 41 (6), 770-782, 2011
652011
Power efficient system and method for measuring physical activity in resource constrained devices
FK Albinali
US Patent 9,554,747, 2017
582017
Design of a wearable physical activity monitoring system using mobile phones and accelerometers
SS Intille, F Albinali, S Mota, B Kuris, P Botana, WL Haskell
2011 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2011
412011
Predicting adult pulmonary ventilation volume and wearing complianceby on-board accelerometry during personal level exposure assessments
CE Rodes, SN Chillrud, WL Haskell, SS Intille, F Albinali, ...
Atmospheric environment 57, 126-137, 2012
382012
Detecting stereotypical motor movements in the classroom using accelerometry and pattern recognition algorithms
F Albinali, MS Goodwin, S Intille
Pervasive and Mobile Computing 8 (1), 103-114, 2012
352012
Understanding energy consumption of sensor enabled applications on mobile phones
I Crk, F Albinali, C Gniady, J Hartman
2009 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2009
352009
Understanding energy consumption of sensor enabled applications on mobile phones
I Crk, F Albinali, C Gniady, J Hartman
2009 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2009
352009
Structural learning of activities from sparse datasets
F Albinali, N Davies, A Friday
Fifth Annual IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and …, 2007
242007
CPM: Context-aware power management in WLANs
F Albinali, C Gniady
PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 21 (2), 1745, 2006
132006
Systems and methods for a power efficient method for detecting wear and non-wear of a sensor
FK Albinali
US Patent 9,581,612, 2017
112017
Systems and methods for context-aware transmission of longitudinal safety and wellness data wearable sensors
FK Albinali
US Patent 9,947,198, 2018
82018
Activity-aware computing: Modeling of human activity and behavior
F Albinali
The University of Arizona., 2008
32008
Device Measuring Heart Rate, Respiration Rate, and Motion Accurately Estimates Activity Level and Energy Expenditure: 727Board# 4 8: 00 AM-10: 00 AM
ME Rosenberger, WL Haskell, F Albinali, S Intille
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 43 (5), 63, 2011
22011
From Raw Acceleration Data to Activity Count: 2790 Board# 313 June 3, 930 AM-1100 AM
Z Rao, F Albinali
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 48 (5S), 786, 2016
12016
Estimates of energy expenditure from an accelerometer worn on the wrist versus the hip in adults
M Rosenberger, W Haskell, F Albinali, S Mota, J Nawyn, S Intille
Circulation 125 (suppl_10), A030-A030, 2012
12012
Collecting Longitudinal Physical Activity Data Using Miniature Wireless Accelerometers and Mobile Phones
S Mota, F Albinali, S Intille
International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction (IJMHCI) 4 (2), 37-43, 1993
11993
An Open-Source Monitor-Independent Movement Summary for Accelerometer Data Processing
D John, Q Tang, F Albinali, S Intille
Journal for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour 2 (4), 268-281, 2019
2019
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