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Title: Audiology Pure Tone Testing And Hearing Stage Prediction Facility Using A Mobile Phone
Authors: Opatha, R.K.
Ramawickrama, R.H.
Jayasooriya, S.P.D.K.
Weerawarna, N.T.
Keywords: hearing
prediction
testing
accuracy
hearing stage
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: SLIIT
Abstract: The best key challenge for mobile related health, is to develop new technology and applications that can assist the individuals maintain a good healthy lifestyle by keeping track of their environmental daily routines. Smartphones embedded with different testing mechanisms and prediction mechanisms enabling a new generation of personal health applications that can actively monitor, model and promote health interpretations. In this work, we focus more on the hearing domain providing intelligent feedback to introduce better health. We present the design, implementation and evaluation of HearMe, a real time communication mechanisms for partially and fully hearing impairers. HearMe has the potential to empower the individuals to improve their social interactivity and their overall hearing health and identify any early signs of decline.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/341
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