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A Qualitative Analysis of User Experiences With a Self-Tracker for Activity, Sleep, and Diet

A Qualitative Analysis of User Experiences With a Self-Tracker for Activity, Sleep, and Diet

A Qualitative Analysis of User Experiences With a Self-Tracker for Activity, Sleep, and Diet

Authors of this article:

Jeongeun Kim 1

Journals

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Books/Policy Documents

  1. Naveen G, Shivani M, Hasmitha J, Ajitha D. Advances in Computational and Bio-Engineering. View
  2. Držanič I, Mladenović V, Debevc M, Dolničar V, Petrovčič A, Touzery S, Kožuh I. Human Centered Computing. View