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Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common but severely under-diagnosed sleep disorder that affects the natural breathing cycle during sleep with the periods of reduced respiration or no airflow at all. It is our long-term goal to increase the percentage of diagnosed OSA cases, reduce the time to diagnosis, and support long term monitoring of patients with user friendly and cost-efficient tools for sleep analysis at home. Core elements are mobile computing platforms (e.g., smartphones), consumer electronics sensors, and machine learning for OSA detection.