Peer Reviewed Publications:
- Data-Driven Prediction of Freezing of Gait Events from Stepping Data M Parakkal Unni, PP Menon, L Livi, M Wilson, WR Young, et.al. Frontiers in Medical Technology 2, 13
- Ankle Push-off Based Mathematical Model for Freezing of Gait in Parkinson’s Disease M Parakkal Unni, PP Menon, MR Wilson, K Tsaneva-Atanasova, Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology 8, 1197
- Unni, M. P., Sinha, A., Chakravarty, K., Chatterjee, D., & Das, A Neuromechanical Cost Functionals Governing Motor Control for Early Screening of Motor Disorders. , Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology, vol. 5
- Unni, Midhun P and Jayaraman, Srinivasan and Balamuralidhar, P A model based inference engine for stress estimation, Signals and Systems (ICSigSys), 2017 International Conference on, IEEE, pp 234-238
- Unni, Midhun P., M. Girish Chandra, and A. Anil Kumar. Memory reduction for numerical solution of differential equations using compressive sensing, Signal Processing & its Applications (CSPA), 2017 IEEE 13th International Colloquium on. IEEE, 2017, IEEE, pp 79-84
- Time-Frequency Analysis on Heart Rate Variability Signal during a Mental Arithmetic Task for Stress Detection (Posters), EMBC FL, USA 2016 Midhun P Unni, Srinivasan Jayaraman, Balamuralidhar P.
- Non-invasive Blood Pressure monitoring using PPG signals, Second International conference on Biomedical Systems, Signals and Images (BSSI), Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Feb, 2016.
Industry White Paper
There exist a number of circumstances in businesses where we make comparative decisions. Let it be a set of ideas, concepts, decisions or people, what we essentially assume is that there exists some “potential” associated with each one of them, and we assign values to those potentials, by comparing them with one another. This is a very big problem if the number of “substances under comparison” is large. Here it is beneficial to split the problem into small simpler problems and solve them all at once. It is also beneficial to get a quantitative measure of our understanding of the problem we are solving. Here, in this paper, we take the bigger problem, split it into smaller problems, form a set of linear equations. Our understanding of the problem is also evaluated. In essence, this white paper provides a systematic approach to compare decisions effectively, reducing the subjectivity and noise which hinders effective “present-day decision-making”.