Indoors Pervasive Computing and Outdoors Mobile Computing for Cognitive Assistance and Telemonitoring View Full Text


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DATE

2004

AUTHORS

Sylvain Giroux , Hélène Pigot , André Mayers

ABSTRACT

People suffering from cognitive deficits – Alzheimer disease, schizophrenia, brain injuries – are often obliged to live in medical institutions. Pervasive computing and mobile applications are key technology that may help them to stay at home. They can be at the root of information systems as cognitive assistance and telemonitoring. Inside a smart house, cognitive assistance could alleviate cognitive impairments by giving personalized environmental cues. Besides telemonitoring could inform relatives and medical staff of the disease evolution and could alert them in case of emergency. But cognitively impaired people must not be confined in their home. Cognitive assistance and telemonitoring must be available outdoors too. This paper sketches an infrastructure and prototypes making the most of indoor pervasive computing and outdoor mobile computing to achieve cognitive assistance and telemonitoring. More... »

PAGES

953-960

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    Computers Helping People with Special Needs

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    978-3-540-22334-4
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