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  1. Depression is a serious mood disorder that is under-recognized and under-treated. Recent advances in mobile/wearable technology and ML (machine learning) have provided opportunities to detect the depressed moods of participants in their daily lives with their consent. To support high-accuracy, ubiquitous detection of depressed mood, we propose HADD, which provides new capabilities. First, HADD supports multimodal data analysis in order to enhance the accuracy of ubiquitous depressed mood detection by analyzing not only objective sensor data, but also subjective EMA (ecological momentary assessment) data collected by using mobile devices. In addition, HADD improves upon the accuracy of state-of-the-art ML algorithms for depressed mood detection via effective feature selection, data augmentation, and two-stage outlier detection. In our evaluation, HADD significantly enhanced the accuracy of a comprehensive set of ML models for depressed mood detection. 
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  2. Emerging applications of IoT (the Internet of Things), such as smart transportation, health, and energy, are envisioned to greatly enhance the societal infrastructure and quality of life of individuals. In such innovative IoT applications, cost-efficient real-time decision-making is critical to facilitate, for example, effective transportation management and healthcare. In this paper, we formally define real-time decision tasks in IoT, review cutting-edge approaches that aim to efficiently schedule real-time decision tasks to meet their timing and data freshness constraints, review state-of-the-art approaches for efficient sensor data analytics in IoT, and discuss future research directions. 
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