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Towards Evidence-Based Self-Management for Spondyloarthritis Patients
(GLOBAL HEALTH 2016 : The Fifth International Conference on Global Health Challenges, 2016-10-09)
We developed a concept including a set of tools for self-management for patients suffering from axial spondy-loarthritis (SpA). This concept involves patient-recorded outcome measures, both subjective assessment and clinical ...
A Service for Semantic Enrichment of Smartphone Photographs
This paper describes an approach to model data extracted from several geospatial data sources based on the geo-metadata from a smartphone photograph. The model enables the geospatial data sources to be cross referenced and ...
Towards a Mobile Assistive System Using Service-Oriented Architecture
As the aging population grows, age-related diseases show a cohesive increase. Ambient Assistive Living (AAL) systems are being developed and are continually evolving in various areas. While most researchers focus on robust ...
A Logical Approach to High-Level Agent Control
Recent work in animated human-like agent has made impressive progress toward generating agents with believable appearances and realistic motions for the interactive applications of inhabited virtual worlds. It remains ...
A Knowledge-Driven Tool for Automatic Activity Dataset Annotation
Human activity recognition has become a very important research topic, due to its multiple applications in areas such as pervasive computing, surveillance, context-aware computing, ambient assistive living or social robotics. ...
Evaluation Of MediaPlace: a geospatial semantic enrichment system for photographs
In today's world of internet connected devices and smart phones, it has become effortless to create and consume vast amounts of information. This is particularly the case with photographs, with vast amounts being created ...
Grid Enabled Optimisation and Design Search (Geodise)
Ontological Goal Modelling for Proactive Assistive Living in Smart Environments
Existing assistive living solutions have traditionally adopted a bottom-up approach involving sensor based monitoring, data analysis to activity recognition and assistance provisioning. This approach, however, suffers from ...
A Hybrid Ontological and Temporal Approach for Composite Activity Modelling
Activity modelling is required to support activity recognition and further to provide activity assistance for users in smart homes. Current research in knowledge-driven activity modelling has mainly focused on single ...
Automatic Metadata Generation Through Analysis of Narration Within Instructional Videos
(Springer US, 2015-08-08)
Current activity recognition based assistive living solutions have adopted relatively rigid models of inhabitant activities. These solutions have some deficiencies associated with the use of these models. To address this, ...