Ambient assistive health and wellness management in the heart of the city : 7th International Conference on Smart Homes and Health Telematics, ICOST 2009, Tours, France, July 1-3, 2009 ; proceedings
- Mounir Mokhtari [and others] (eds.).
- text file
- Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2009.
- Physical description
- 1 online resource (xv, 309 pages) : illustrations
- Lecture notes in computer science ; 5597.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Cognitive Assistance and Chronic Diseases Management.- Computer-Based Assessment of Bradykinesia, Akinesia and Rigidity in Parkinson's Disease.- An Assistive Computerized System for Children with Intellectual and Learning Disabilities.- Design Challenges for Mobile Assistive Technologies Applied to People with Cognitive Impairments.- Mapping User Needs to Smartphone Services for Persons with Chronic Disease.- Trial Results of a Novel Cardiac Rhythm Management System Using Smart Phones and Wireless ECG Sensors.- Ambient Living Systems.- Participatory Medicine: Leveraging Social Networks in Telehealth Solutions.- A Case Study of an Ambient Living and Wellness Management Health Care Model in Australia.- Market Potential for Ambient Assisted Living Technology: The Case of Canada.- Service Continuity and Context Awareness.- An Ontology-Based Actuator Discovery and Invocation Framework in Home Care Systems.- Towards an Affective Aware Home.- Global System for Localization and Guidance of Dependant People: Indoor and Outdoor Technologies Integration.- An Architecture to Combine Context Awareness and Body Sensor Networks for Health Care Applications.- User Modeling and Human-Machine Interaction.- Multimodal Laser-Vision Approach for the Deictic Control of a Smart Wheelchair.- Pervasive Informatics and Persistent Actimetric Information in Health Smart Homes.- Interactive Calendar to Help Maintain Social Interactions for Elderly People and People with Mild Cognitive Impairments.- Situation-Theoretic Analysis of Human Intentions in a Smart Home Environment.- Multi-purpose Ambient Display System Supporting Various Media Objects.- Ambient Intelligence Modeling and Privacy Issues.- Towards a Task Supporting System with CBR Approach in Smart Home.- Appliance Recognition from Electric Current Signals for Information-Energy Integrated Network in Home Environments.- WIVA: WSN Monitoring Framework Based on 3D Visualization and Augmented Reality in Mobile Devices.- Environment Objects: A Novel Approach for Modeling Privacy in Pervasive Computing.- Privacy-Aware Web Services in Smart Homes.- Human Behavior and Activities Monitoring.- Concept and Design of a Video Monitoring System for Activity Recognition and Fall Detection.- Design and Trial Deployment of a Practical Sleep Activity Pattern Monitoring System.- A Rotating Roll-Call-Based Adaptive Failure Detection and Recovery Protocol for Smart Home Environments.- Fall Detection and Alert for Ageing-at-Home of Elderly.- ADL Monitoring System Using FSR Arrays and Optional 3-Axis Accelerometer.- Short Papers.- Efficient Incremental Plan Recognition Method for Cognitive Assistance.- Home Based Self-management of Chronic Diseases.- SOPRANO - An Ambient Assisted Living System for Supporting Older People at Home.- An Agent-Based Healthcare Support System in Ubiquitous Computing Environments.- A Ubiquitous Computing Environment to Support the Mobility of Users with Special Needs.- Evaluation Metrics for eHealth Services and Applications within Smart Houses Context.- Design and Implementation of Mobile Self-care System Using Voice and Facial Images.- Towards a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) for Tele-Rehabilitation.- IP Multimedia Subsystem Technology for Ambient Assisted Living.- Enhancing OSGi: Semantic Add-ins for Service Oriented Collaborative Environments.- Using Web Services for Medication Management in a Smart Home Environment.- Service Reconfiguration in the DANAH Assistive System.- Model-Driven Development Approach for Providing Smart Home Services.- LET_ME: An Electronic Device to Help Elderly People with Their Home Medications.- Preferences of Healthcare Staff in the Way of Interacting with Robots Depending on Their Prior Knowledge of ICTs: Findings from Iward Project.- Research and Development Pathway of Rehabilitative and Assistive Robots at National Rehabilitation Center in Korea.- A Predictive Analysis of the Night-Day Activities Level of Older Patient in a Health Smart Home.- Spatiotemporal Data Acquisition Modalities for Smart Home Inhabitant Movement Behavioural Analysis.- Towards Improved Information Quality: The Integration of Body Area Network Data within Electronic Health Records.- Distributed Dynamic Self-adaptation of Data Management in Telemedicine Applications.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publisher's summary
We are living in a world full of innovations for the elderly and people with s- cial needs to use smart assistive technologies and smart homes to more easily perform activities of daily living, continue social participation, engage in ent- tainment and leisure activities, and to enjoy living independently. These in- vations are inspired by new technologies leveraging all aspects of ambient and pervasive intelligence with related theories, technologies, methods, applications, and services on ubiquitous, pervasive, AmI, universal, mobile, embedded, we- able, augmented, invisible, hidden, context-aware, calm, amorphous, sentient, proactive, post PC, everyday, autonomic computing from engineering, business and organizationalperspectives. In the ?eld of smart homes and health telem- ics, signi?cant research is underway to enable ageing and disabled people to use smart assistive technologies and smart homes to foster independent living and to o?er them an enhanced quality of life. A smart home is a vision of the future where computers and computing - vices will be available naturally and unobtrusively anywhere, anytime, and by di?erent means in our daily living, working, learning, business, and infota- ment environments. Such a visionopens tremendous opportunities for numerous novel services/applications that are more immersive, more intelligent, and more interactive in both real and cyber spaces.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Self-help devices for people with disabilities > Congresses.
- Home automation > Congresses.
- Medical telematics > Congresses.
- Older people > Services for > Congresses.
- Older people.
- Self-help devices for people with disabilities.
- People with disabilities.
- Telecommunication in medicine.
- Independent Living
- Monitoring, Ambulatory
- Self-Help Devices
- Disabled Persons
- Aides fonctionnelles (Médecine physique) > Congrès.
- Domotique > Congrès.
- Télématique médicale > Congrès.
- Personnes âgées > Services > Congrès.
- Personnes âgées.
- Aides fonctionnelles (Médecine physique)
- Personnes handicapées.
- housing (concept)
- Home automation.
- Medical telematics.
- Older people > Services for.
- Ubiquitous Computing
- Publication date
- Lecture notes in computer science, 0302-9743 ; 5597
- Title based on print version record.
- International conference proceedings.
- 9783642028670 (pbk.)
- 3642028675 (pbk.)
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