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Iterative User Interaction Design for Wearable and Mobile Solutions to assess Cardiovascular Chronic Diseases

By Elena Villalba Mora, Dario Salvi, Manuel Ottaviano, Ignacio Peinado and Maria Teresa Arredondo Waldmeyer

Published: October 1st 2008

DOI: 10.5772/6294

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Elena Villalba Mora, Dario Salvi, Manuel Ottaviano, Ignacio Peinado and Maria Teresa Arredondo Waldmeyer (October 1st 2008). Iterative User Interaction Design for Wearable and Mobile Solutions to assess Cardiovascular Chronic Diseases, Human Computer Interaction, Ioannis Pavlidis, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/6294. Available from:

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