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Title: Lifelog retrieval from daily digital data: narrative review
Author: Ribeiro, Ricardo
Trifan, Alina
Neves, António J. R.
Keywords: Computer vision
Event segmentation
Image retrieval
Information retrieval
Mobile phone
Signal processing
Issue Date: 2-May-2022
Publisher: JMIR Publications Inc.
Abstract: Over the past decade, the wide availability and small size of different types of sensors, together with the decrease in pricing, have allowed the acquisition of a substantial amount of data about a person's life in real time. These sensors can be incorporated into personal electronic devices available at a reasonable cost, such as smartphones and small wearable devices. They allow the acquisition of images, audio, location, physical activity, and physiological signals among other data. With these data, usually denoted as lifelog data, we can then analyze and understand personal experiences and behaviors. This process is called lifelogging.
Peer review: yes
DOI: 10.2196/30517
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