2020 DOI: 10.20944/preprints202009.0652.v2 View full text Preprint
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Paul Dulaud, Ines Di Loreto, Denis Mottet

Abstract: Since the emergence of the quantified self movement, users aim at health behavior change, but only those who are sufficiently motivated and competent with the tools will succeed. Our literature review shows that theoretical models for quantified self exist but they are too abstract to guide the design of effective user support systems. Here, we propose principles linking theory and implementation to arrive at a hierarchical model for an adaptable and personalized self-quantification system for physical activit…

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