Daniel T H Lai
Daniel T H Lai
College of Engineering and Science, Victoria University, Australia
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A survey on intrabody communications for body area network applications
MH Seyedi, B Kibret, DTH Lai, M Faulkner
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 60 (8), 2067-2079, 2013
Highly stretchy black gold E‐skin nanopatches as highly sensitive wearable biomedical sensors
S Gong, DTH Lai, B Su, KJ Si, Z Ma, LW Yap, P Guo, W Cheng
Advanced Electronic Materials 1 (4), 1400063, 2015
Tattoolike polyaniline microparticle-doped gold nanowire patches as highly durable wearable sensors
S Gong, DTH Lai, Y Wang, LW Yap, KJ Si, Q Shi, NN Jason, T Sridhar, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 7 (35), 19700-19708, 2015
Computational intelligence in gait research: a perspective on current applications and future challenges
DTH Lai, RK Begg, M Palaniswami
IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine 13 (5), 687-702, 2009
Wavelet-based feature extraction for support vector machines for screening balance impairments in the elderly
AH Khandoker, DTH Lai, RK Begg, M Palaniswami
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 15 (4 …, 2007
Computational intelligence in biomedical engineering
R Begg, DTH Lai, M Palaniswami
CRC Press, 2007
Simple approach of fabricating high efficiency Si nanowire/conductive polymer hybrid solar cells
L He, C Jiang, H Wang, D Lai
IEEE electron device letters 32 (10), 1406-1408, 2011
Investigation of galvanic-coupled intrabody communication using the human body circuit model
B Kibret, MH Seyedi, DTH Lai, M Faulkner
IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics 18 (4), 1196-1206, 2014
Automatic recognition of gait patterns exhibiting patellofemoral pain syndrome using a support vector machine approach
DTH Lai, P Levinger, RK Begg, WL Gilleard, M Palaniswami
IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine 13 (5), 810-817, 2009
Fabrication of Highly Transparent and Flexible NanoMesh Electrode via Self‐assembly of Ultrathin Gold Nanowires
S Gong, Y Zhao, LW Yap, Q Shi, Y Wang, JAPB Bay, DTH Lai, H Uddin, ...
Advanced Electronic Materials 2 (7), 1600121, 2016
Healthcare Sensor Networks: Challenges Toward Practical Implementation
DTH Lai, R Begg, M Palaniswami
CRC PressI Llc, 2011
Prediction of foot clearance parameters as a precursor to forecasting the risk of tripping and falling
DTH Lai, SB Taylor, RK Begg
Human movement science 31 (2), 271-283, 2012
Detection of tripping gait patterns in the elderly using autoregressive features and support vector machines
DTH Lai, RK Begg, S Taylor, M Palaniswami
Journal of biomechanics 41 (8), 1762-1772, 2008
The application of support vector machines for detecting recovery from knee replacement surgery using spatio-temporal gait parameters
P Levinger, DTH Lai, RK Begg, KE Webster, JA Feller
Gait & posture 29 (1), 91-96, 2009
Ultrasensitive strain sensor produced by direct patterning of liquid crystals of graphene oxide on a flexible substrate
MB Coskun, A Akbari, DTH Lai, A Neild, M Majumder, T Alan
ACS applied materials & interfaces 8 (34), 22501-22505, 2016
Measuring toe clearance using a wireless inertial sensing device
DTH Lai, R Begg, E Charry, M Palaniswami, K Hill
2008 International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and …, 2008
A review of implant communication technology in WBAN: Progress and challenges
AK Teshome, B Kibret, DTH Lai
IEEE reviews in biomedical engineering 12, 88-99, 2018
Iterative fuzzy support vector machine classification
A Shilton, DTH Lai
2007 IEEE International Fuzzy Systems Conference, 1-6, 2007
On the difference in swing arm kinematics between low handicap golfers and non-golfers using wireless inertial sensors
DTH Lai, M Hetchl, XC Wei, K Ball, P Mclaughlin
Procedia Engineering 13, 219-225, 2011
A division algebraic framework for multidimensional support vector regression
A Shilton, DTH Lai, M Palaniswami
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B (Cybernetics) 40 …, 2009
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