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(:keywords MotionSynthesis, Data, Collection, Wearables, MotionSynthesize, Motion Synthesize, Motion Synthesis, Data Stream, Open Source, Wearable Computers, Databases, Data Synthesis, Body Sensor Networks, BSN, UTD, UT Dallas, TxACE, MoST, Motion Sensors, Sensors, datasets, data management, activities of daily living, ADL, MSP430, MPU9150, gyroscope, accelerometer, diary generator, BapGUI, :)
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!! %font-weight=bold font-size=22px%Download
%font-size=16px%This tool is under constant development. For the latest version of all code and data please view our GitHub repository:\\
[[<<]]
%font-weight=bold font-size=18px%[[https://github.com/UTD-ESSP/MoST | MoST on GitHub]]

%font-size=16px%For an interactive way to download data visit:\\
[[<<]]%font-weight=bold font-size=18px%[[http://motionsynthesis.org/database | Interactive Database]]

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(:keywords MotionSynthesis, Data, Collection, Wearables, MotionSynthesize, Motion Synthesize, Motion Synthesis, Data Stream, Open Source, Wearable Computers, Databases, Data Synthesis, Body Sensor Networks, BSN, UTD, UT Dallas, TxACE, MoST, Motion Sensors, Sensors, datasets, data management, activities of daily living, ADL, MSP430, MPU9150, gyroscope, accelerometer, diary generator, BapGUI, :)
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(:description The MotionSynthesis Toolset (MoST) is an open source tool and database to assist in data collection, data sharing and allow collaboration in review and validation of data sets.:)
(:keywords MotionSynthesis, Data, Collection, Wearables, MotionSynthesize, Motion Synthesize, Motion Synthesis, Data Stream, Open Source, Wearable Computers, Databases, Data Synthesis, Body Sensor Networks, BSN:)
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%justify%This work was supported in part by the National Science Foundation, under grants CNS-1150079 and CNS-1012975, and the TerraSwarm, one of six centers of STARnet, a Semiconductor Research Corporation program sponsored by MARCO and DARPA. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the funding organizations.

!! %font-weight=bold font-size=22px%Contact Us
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%justify%This work was supported in part by the National Science Foundation, under grants CNS-1150079 and CNS-1012975, and the TerraSwarm, one of six centers of STARnet, a Semiconductor Research Corporation program sponsored by MARCO and DARPA. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the funding organizations.
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(:title MotionSynthesis Toolset:)
%center%Terrell R. Bennett, Claudio Savaglio, David Lu, Hunter Massey, Xianan Wang, Jian Wu, Roozbeh Jafari [[<<]]
Embedded Systems and Signal Processing Lab (%wikilink%[[http://www
.essp.utdallas.edu | www.essp.utdallas.edu]]) [[<<]]
University of Texas at Dallas


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||Body Sensor Networks and wearable computing devices are becoming more prevalent. They are being used for health monitoring, activity tracking, and fitness applications. Collecting the data necessary to develop the new concepts for these systems can be difficult. We present the MotionSynthesis Toolset (MoST) to alleviate some of
the difficulty in data collection and algorithm development. This toolset allows researchers to generate a sequence of movements (i.e. a diary), synthesize a data stream using real sensor data, visualize, and validate the sequence of movements and data with video and waveforms.||

You can download it below: [[<<]]
%font-weight=bold font-size=22px%[[http://motionsynthesis
.org/MoSTv1.1.zip | MoST.zip]]

This tool is under constant development, and for the latest version of all code and data please view our GitHub repository:[[<<]]
%font-weight=bold font-size=22px%[[https://github.com/UTD-ESSP/MoST | MoST on GitHub]]

Note: Please refer to the %newwin%[[http://wiki
.motionsynthesis.org/MotionSynthesisToolset_UserGuide.pdf | user guide]] or the manual folder in the zip package to learn how to use the toolset.

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!! %font-weight=bold%Diary Generation Tool
%rfloat text-align=center margin-top=5px margin-right=25px margin-bottom=5px margin-left=25px width=225px height=150px newwin% [[http://motionsynthesis.org/Graph%20Panel.png"Graph Panel"| http://motionsynthesis.org/Graph%20Panel.png]] | '''Graph Panel'''
!!!! %font-weight=bold%Graph Panel
The Graph Panel is used to load the file which lists the movements and their associated start and end postures. An example line from this file might look similar to this: ''<Sitting , Sit_to_stand , Standing>''. The Graph Panel takes this information and displays a graphical representation of the connections between movements. Each movement is represented as a node in the graph, and selecting a node shows all directed edges associated with that movement (based on start and end postures). Each directed edge from a node represents a legal movement that can be made after the selected movement or movements.

The Graph Panel has several other functions. It can be used to add and delete nodes from the graph, and save a new movement file based on this user input. Current actions that can be performed in the Graph Panel include adding nodes, removing nodes, and showing the start and end postures. This is useful for growing the movement database that can be synthesized using the toolset, in an easy to understand visual representation. Without the use of this tool, it is difficult to visualize how each movement connects with the others.
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(:title %font-weight=bold%MotionSynthesis Toolset:)

%justify%Body Sensor Networks and wearable computing devices are becoming more prevalent. They are being used for health monitoring, activity tracking, and fitness applications. Collecting the data necessary to develop the new concepts for these systems can be difficult. We present the MotionSynthesis Toolset (MoST) to alleviate some of the difficulty in data collection and algorithm development. This toolset allows researchers to generate a sequence of movements (i.e. a diary), synthesize a data stream using real sensor data, visualize, and validate the sequence of movements and data with video and waveforms.

!! %font-weight=bold font-size=22px%Diary Generation Tool
%rfloat text-align=center margin-top=30px margin-right=20px margin-bottom=5px margin-left=25px width=250px height=175px newwin% [[http://motionsynthesis.org/Graph%20Panel.png"Graph Panel"| http://motionsynthesis.org/Graph%20Panel.png]] | '''Graph Panel'''
!!!! %font-weight=bold font-size=18px%Graph Panel
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%justify%The Graph Panel is used to load the file which lists the movements and their associated start and end postures
. An example line from this file might look similar to this: ''<Sitting , Sit_to_stand , Standing>''. The Graph Panel takes this information and displays a graphical representation of the connections between movements. Each movement is represented as a node in the graph, and selecting a node shows all directed edges associated with that movement (based on start and end postures). Each directed edge from a node represents a legal movement that can be made after the selected movement or movements.

%justify%The
Graph Panel has several other functions. It can be used to add and delete nodes from the graph, and save a new movement file based on this user input. Current actions that can be performed in the Graph Panel include adding nodes, removing nodes, and showing the start and end postures. This is useful for growing the movement database that can be synthesized using the toolset, in an easy to understand visual representation. Without the use of this tool, it is difficult to visualize how each movement connects with the others.
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%lfloat text-align=center margin-top=5px margin-right=100px margin-bottom=5px margin-left=100px width=175px height=225px newwin% [[http://motionsynthesis.org/UI.png"Diary Generator" | http://motionsynthesis.org/UI.png]] | '''Diary Generator'''
!!! %font-weight=bold%Diary Generation
The Diary Generator graphical user interface (GUI) is what is used to create the sequence of movements that will be synthesized. This tool includes ways to control the data synthesized, including a 'Best' or 'Random' option (as of now, Best selects the first trial of a subject rather than the best and Random selects a random subject and trial for the movement). There are also controls for movements that can be done for an extended period of time, in a 'Duration' menu option that allows users to select up to 300 seconds for the movement.

The panel on the right displays the current diary selections as they are made. This panel allows the user to keep track of the movements that have been selected as well as the options selected for each movement. For example, if a user selected Basic_Standing for 18 seconds it would look like ''Basic_Standing  /B  D-18''.

This is what goes into the diary file when you click save diary, and is processed by the Data Synthesis MATLAB® tool.



!! %font-weight=bold%Data Synthesis Tool
%rfloat text-align=center margin-top=5px margin-right=25px margin-bottom=5px margin-left=25px width=325px height=150px newwin% [[http://motionsynthesis.org/data%20synthesis.jpg"Data Synthesis" |http://motionsynthesis.org/data%20synthesis.jpg]] | '''Data Synthesis'''
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%rfloat text-align=center margin-top=20px margin-right=50px margin-bottom=5px margin-left=25px width=175px height=225px newwin% [[http://motionsynthesis.org/UI.png"Diary Generator" | http://motionsynthesis.org/UI.png]] | '''Diary Generator'''
!!! %font-weight=bold font-size=18px%Diary Generation
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%justify%The Diary Generator graphical user interface (GUI) is what is used to create the sequence of movements that will be synthesized. This tool includes ways to control the data synthesized, including a 'Best' or 'Random' option (as of now, Best selects the first trial of a subject rather than the best and Random selects a random subject and trial for the movement). There are also controls for movements that can be done for an extended period of time, in a 'Duration' menu option that allows users to select up to 300 seconds for the movement.

%justify%The panel on the right displays the current diary selections as they are made. This panel allows the user to keep track of the movements that have been selected as well as the options selected for each movement. For example, if a user selected Basic_Standing for 18 seconds it would look like ''Basic_Standing  /B  D-18''.

%justify%This is what goes into the diary file when you click save diary, and is processed by the Data Synthesis MATLAB® tool.



!! %font-weight=bold font-size=22px%Data Synthesis Tool
%rfloat text-align=center margin-top=30px margin-right=25px margin-bottom=5px margin-left=25px width=325px height=150px newwin% [[http://motionsynthesis.org/data%20synthesis.jpg"Data Synthesis" |http://motionsynthesis.org/data%20synthesis.jpg]] | '''Data Synthesis'''
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Once the diary is completed, the Data Synthesis tool can be started from MATLAB®. When launched, the Data Synthesis tool will request an input diary file. Once selected, the diary file is parsed to determine which specific movement data is necessary, and the order in which the data should be concatenated.

The Data Synthesis tool provides the primary outputs of the MoST toolset. These outputs are the sensor data files which represent the full stream of movements described in the diary file.

!! %font-weight=bold%Data Visualization Tool
%lfloat text-align=center margin-top=5px margin-right=25px margin-bottom=5px margin-left=25px width=325px height=225px newwin% [[http://motionsynthesis.org/Motion_Vib_Tool.jpg"Motion_Vib_Tool"| http://motionsynthesis.org/Motion_Vib_Tool.jpg]] | '''Visualization'''
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%justify%Once the diary is completed, the Data Synthesis tool can be started from MATLAB®. When launched, the Data Synthesis tool will request an input diary file. Once selected, the diary file is parsed to determine which specific movement data is necessary, and the order in which the data should be concatenated.

%justify%The Data Synthesis tool provides the primary outputs of the MoST toolset. These outputs are the sensor data files which represent the full stream of movements described in the diary file.

!! %font-weight=bold font-size=22px%Data Visualization Tool
%rfloat text-align=center margin-top=30px margin-right=25px margin-bottom=5px margin-left=25px width=300px height=200px newwin% [[http://motionsynthesis.org/Motion_Vib_Tool.jpg"Motion_Vib_Tool"| http://motionsynthesis.org/Motion_Vib_Tool.jpg]] | '''Visualization'''
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%justify%The Data Visualization tool is the final tool in MoST. It is required that the Data Synthesis tool has been run on a diary before the Data Visualization tool can be run. When launched, the user will determine which diary output to view.

%justify%Data Visualization tool is broken up into two main areas, the data plot area and the video area. The data plot area loads the synthesized data files from the appropriate folder. Based on the sensor locations and sensor modalities selected in the Diary Generator, the relevant data will be displayed.

!! %font-weight=bold font-size=22px%Acknowledgements
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The Data Visualization tool is the final tool in MoST. It is required that the Data Synthesis tool has been run on a diary before the Data Visualization tool can be run. When launched, the user will determine which diary output to view.

Data Visualization tool is broken up into two main areas, the data plot area and
the video area. The data plot area loads the synthesized data files from the appropriate folder. Based on the sensor locations and sensor modalities selected in the Diary Generator, the relevant data will be displayed.

!! %font-weight=bold%Acknowledgements
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||This work was supported in part by the National Science Foundation, under grants CNS-1150079 and CNS-1012975, and the TerraSwarm, one of six centers of STARnet, a Semiconductor Research Corporation program sponsored by MARCO and DARPA. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the funding organizations.||

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%justify%This work was supported in part by the National Science Foundation, under grants CNS-1150079 and CNS-1012975, and the TerraSwarm, one of six centers of STARnet, a Semiconductor Research Corporation program sponsored by MARCO and DARPA. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the funding organizations.

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%font-weight=bold font-size=22px%Trial Package: [[http://motionsynthesis.org/MoST.zip | Version 1.1]]

This version includes a sample diary and test videos, but not the full video database.

The full video database can be downloaded below
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%font-weight=bold font-size=22px%Video Database: [[http://motionsynthesis.org/Videos.zip | Videos]] [[<<]]
''Note: Extract to MoST/Data/Videos. Visualization tool will not run without the required videos.''

Our GitHub repository can be found here: [[<<]]
%font-weight=bold font-size=22px%[[https://github.com/UTD-ESSP/MoST |
GitHub]]
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%font-weight=bold font-size=22px%[[http://motionsynthesis.org/MoSTv1.1.zip | MoST.zip]]

This tool is under constant development, and for the latest version of all code and data please view our GitHub repository:[[<<]]
%font-weight=bold font-size=22px%[[https://github.com/UTD-ESSP/MoST | MoST on GitHub]]
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Our GitHub repository can be found here: [[<<]]
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The full video database can be obtained here: [[<<]]
%font-weight=bold font-size=22px%[[http://motionsynthesis.org/Videos.zip | Videos]] [[<<]]
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!! %font-weight=bold%Contact Us
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(:head align=center width=50%:) University of Calabria
(:cellnr align=center:) Terrell R. Bennett: mailto:tbennett@utdallas.edu
(:cell align=center:) Claudio Savaglio: mailto:csavaglio@si.dimes.unical.it
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(:cellnr align=center:) Jian Wu: mailto:jian.wu@utdallas.edu
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||This work was supported in part by the National Science Foundation, under grants CNS-1150079 and CNS-1012975, and the TerraSwarm, one of six centers of STARnet, a Semiconductor Research Corporation program sponsored by MARCO and DARPA. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the funding organizations.||


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Body Sensor Networks and wearable computing devices are becoming more prevalent. They are being used for health monitoring, activity tracking, and fitness applications. Collecting the data necessary to develop the new concepts for these systems can be difficult. We present the MotionSynthesis Toolset (MoST) to alleviate some of the difficulty in data collection and algorithm development. This toolset allows researchers to generate a sequence of movements (i.e. a diary), synthesize a data stream using real sensor data, visualize, and validate the sequence of movements and data with video and waveforms.
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You can download it below: [[<<]]
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This version includes a sample diary and test videos, but not the full video database.

Note: Please refer to the [[http://motionsynthesis.org/MotionSynthesisToolset_UserGuide.pdf | user guide]] or the manual folder in the zip package to learn how to use the toolset.

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Movement data to synthesize can also include loops of movements, so long as the start posture of the first movement in the loop matches the end posture of the last movement in the loop. The tool allows for up to five nested loops in a diary.

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Data Visualization tool is broken up into two main areas, the data plot area and the video area. The data plot area loads the synthesized data files from the appropriate folder. Based on the sensor locations and sensor modalities selected in the Diary Generator, the relevant data will be displayed.

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The panel on the right displays the current diary selections as they are made. This panel allows the user to keep track of the movements that have been selected as well as the options selected for each movement. For example, if a user selected Basic_Standing for 18 seconds it would look like ''Basic_Standing  /B  D-18''. This is what goes into the diary file when you click save diary, and is processed by the Data Synthesis MATLAB® tool.
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The panel on the right displays the current diary selections as they are made. This panel allows the user to keep track of the movements that have been selected as well as the options selected for each movement. For example, if a user selected Basic_Standing for 18 seconds it would look like ''Basic_Standing  /B  D-18''.

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The Diary Generator graphical user interface (GUI) is what is used to create
the sequence of movements that will be synthesized. This tool includes ways to control the data synthesized, including a 'Best' or 'Random' option (as of now, Best selects the first trial of a subject rather than the best and Random selects a random subject and trial for the movement). There are also controls for movements that can be done for an extended period of time, in a 'Duration' menu option that allows users to select up to 300 seconds for the movement.

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The Graph Panel has several other functions. It can be used to add and delete nodes from the graph, and save a new movement file based on this user input. Current actions that can be performed in the Graph Panel include adding nodes, removing nodes, and showing the start and end postures. This is useful for growing the movement database that can be synthesized using the toolset, in an easy to understand visual representation. Without the use of this tool, it is difficult to visualize how each movement connects with the others.
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The Graph Panel is used to load the file which lists the movements and their associated start
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The Graph Panel has several other functions. It can be used to add and delete nodes from the graph, and save a new movement file based on this user input. Current actions that can be performed in the Graph Panel include adding nodes, removing nodes, and showing the start and end postures. This is useful for growing the movement database that can be synthesized using the toolset, in an easy to understand visual representation. Without the use of this tool, it is difficult to visualize how each movement connects with the others.
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The first part of the Diary Generation Tool is the Graph Panel. The Graph Panel is used to load the file which lists the movements and the relationships between movements.Graph Panel shows a graphical representation of the movements and the relationships between them. Each movement is a node in the graph and each directed edge shows legal movement progressions based on the ending posture of the movement.
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The Graph Panel has several other functions. It can be used to add and delete nodes from the graph, and save a new movement file based on this user input. Current actions that can be performed in the Graph Panel include adding nodes, removing nodes, and showing the start and end postures. This is useful for growing the movement database that can be synthesized using the toolset, in an easy to understand visual representation. Without the use of this tool, it is difficult to visualize how each movement connects with the others.
 
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!! Graph Panel and Diary Generation
The first part of the Diary Generation Tool is the Graph Panel. The Graph Panel is used to load the file which lists the movements and the relationships between movements.Graph Panel shows a graphical representation of the movements and the relationships between them. Each movement is a node in the graph and each directed edge shows legal movement progressions based on the ending posture of the movement.

The Diary Generator graphical user interface (GUI) is split into two panels, left and right; the panel on the left is split into two sections. The top section is static and includes the file control for the diary and the tool. The bottom section of the left panel is reserved for loop controls and movements. The loop control allows the user to set up repetitions for a single movement or for a set of movements. The system also allows for up to five nested loops in a diary.

The panel on the right displays the current diary selections as they are made. This panel allows the user to keep track of the movements that have been selected as well as the options selected for each movement.

!! Data Synthesis Tool
Once the diary is completed, the Data Synthesis tool can be started from MATLAB®. When launched, the Data Synthesis tool will request an input diary file. Once selected, the diary file is parsed to determine which specific movement data is necessary, and the order in which the data should be concatenated.

The Data Synthesis tool provides the primary outputs of the MoST toolset. These outputs are the sensor data files which represent the full stream of movements described in the diary file.

!! Data Visualization Tool
The Data Visualization tool is the final tool in MoST. It is required that the Data Synthesis tool has been run on a diary before the Data Visualization tool can be run. When launched, the user will determine which diary output to view.

Data Visualization tool is broken up into two main areas, the data plot area and the video area. The data plot area loads the synthesized data files from the appropriate folder. Based on the sensor locations and sensor modalities selected in the Diary Generator, the relevant data will be displayed.
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!! What is MoST?
Body Sensor Networks and wearable computing devices are becoming more prevalent. They are being used for health monitoring, activity tracking, and fitness applications. Collecting the data necessary to develop the new concepts for these systems can be difficult. We present the MotionSynthesis Toolset (MoST) to alleviate some of the difficulty in data collection and algorithm development. This toolset allows researchers to generate a sequence of movements (i.e. a diary), synthesize a data stream using real sensor data, visualize, and validate the sequence of movements and data with video and waveforms.

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A local copy of PmWiki's
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To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

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!! References & Guides
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