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Towards Research-led Learning Pedagogy: A Case Study
(Higher Education Academy, 2011-08)
Research and teaching are always going hand in hand for high-quality learning in higher education. Nevertheless, their synergy and interplay are subject dependant and specific in terms of the level and nature of the student ...
Ontological user modelling and semantic rule-based reasoning for personalisation of Help-On-Demand services in pervasive environments
Existing context-aware applications are limited in their support of user personalisation. Nevertheless, the increase in the use of context-aware technologies has sparked the growth in assistive applications resulting in a ...
Goal Lifecycles and Ontological Models for Intention Based Assistive Living within Smart Environments
(Computer Systems Science and Engineering, 2015-01)
Current ambient assistive living solutions have adopted a traditional sensor-centric approach, involving data analysis and activity recognition to provide assistance to individuals. The reliance on sensors and activity ...
Editorial: Knowledge-Driven Activity Recognition in Intelligent Environments
This is an editorial.
An approach to provide dynamic, illustrative, video-based guidance within a goal-driven smart home
The global population is aging in a never-before seen way, introducing an increasing ageing-related cognitive ailments, such as dementia. This aging is coupled with a reduction in the global support ratio, reducing the ...
Special issue on Sensing, Data Analysis and Platforms for Ubiquitous Intelligence
The 14th IEEE International Conference on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing (UIC 2017) will be held in San Francisco, USA, 4–8 August, 2017, and will provide opportunities for researchers and practitioners to share and ...
Remote Monitoring and Visualisation of Parkinson's Disease Tremor
(Northern Ireland Biomedical Engineering Society, 2010-08-25)
Dynamic Sensor Data Segmentation for Real time Activity Recognition
Approaches and algorithms for activity recognition have recently made substantial progress due to advancements in pervasive and mobile computing, smart environments and ambient assisted living. Nevertheless, it is still ...
Sentiment detection and visualization of Chinese micro-blog
Micro-blog has been increasingly used for the public to express their opinions, and for organisations to detect public sentiment about social events. In contrast to the effort and progress made in English-based micro-blog ...
OntoFarm: An Ontology-based Framework for Activity Recognition and Model Evolution
OntoFarm aims to co-ordinate and streamline the core activities within the process of Activity Recognition within Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) towards a systematic solution that is scalable and applicable to real world ...