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Published on 25.01.18 in Vol 6, No 1 (2018): January

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Works citing "Evaluating Machine Learning–Based Automated Personalized Daily Step Goals Delivered Through a Mobile Phone App: Randomized Controlled Trial"

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  1. Ceasar JN, Claudel SE, Andrews MR, Tamura K, Mitchell V, Brooks AT, Dodge T, El-Toukhy S, Farmer N, Middleton K, Sabado-Liwag M, Troncoso M, Wallen GR, Powell-Wiley TM. Community Engagement in the Development of an mHealth-Enabled Physical Activity and Cardiovascular Health Intervention (Step It Up): Pilot Focus Group Study. JMIR Formative Research 2019;3(1):e10944
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  5. Forman EM, Kerrigan SG, Butryn ML, Juarascio AS, Manasse SM, Ontañón S, Dallal DH, Crochiere RJ, Moskow D. Can the artificial intelligence technique of reinforcement learning use continuously-monitored digital data to optimize treatment for weight loss?. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 2019;42(2):276
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