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iSenseStress: Assessing Stress Through Human-Smartphone Interaction Analysis

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Ciman, Matteo
Gaggi, Ombretta
Presented at 9th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare - PervasiveHealth 2015. Istanbul (Turkey) - 20-23 May 2015 - . 2015, p. 8 p.
Abstract Stress condition, if experienced for an extended amount of time, can negatively affect individual's health. Several external sensors monitoring different physiological states correlated with stress, or smartphone apps that monitor individuals context, have been leveraged to assess stress state in everyday life. The less intrusive "human-smartphone interaction" have been under-investigated so far. In our research we leverage 'swipe', 'scroll' and 'text input' interactions to assess the stress state of smartphone users. Based on data collected from 13 participants, we leverage 'swipe' and 'scroll' data to assess stress with an average F-measure of 79-85% for a within-subject model, and of 70-80% when building a global model. Moreover, 'text input' via a virtual keyboard has been analyzed, showing how several easy to calculate features enable to differentiate between stress and no-stress state. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first attempt to leverage human-smartphone interaction, and in particular 'swipe', 'scroll' and 'text input' interactions, to accurately assess stress state in individuals without using any external sensor or leveraging privacy-sensitive context information.
Keywords SmartphoneInteractionStress assessmentGesture
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WAC, Katarzyna, CIMAN, Matteo, GAGGI, Ombretta. iSenseStress: Assessing Stress Through Human-Smartphone Interaction Analysis. In: 9th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare - PervasiveHealth 2015. Istanbul (Turkey). 2015. 8 p. p. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:72845

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