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Spatial-Frequency Data Acquisition using Rotational Invariant Pattern Matching in Smart Environments
This article details the development and testing of an empirical data capture system with the ability to collect spatial-frequency statistics relating to the movement behaviour of a smart home inhabitant. This is achieved ...
Stopping Criterion impact on Pure Random Search Optimisation for Intelligent Device Distribution
The number of intelligent environment implementations such as smart homes is set to increase dramatically within the next 40 years. This is predicted using forecasts of demographic data which indicates an expansion of the ...
Remote Monitoring and Visualisation of Parkinson's Disease Tremor
(Northern Ireland Biomedical Engineering Society, 2010-08-25)
Situation Aware Cognitive Assistance in Smart Homes
(Rinton Press, 2010-09)
Smart Homes (SH) have emerged as a realistically viable solution capable of providing technology-driven assistive living for the elderly and disabled. Nevertheless, it still remains a challenge to provide situation-aware ...
Requirements for the Deployment of Sensor Based Recognition Systems for Ambient Assistive Living
The deployment, replication and adaptation of sensor environments at various scales and for various purposes is one of the challenges academia as well as industry are faced with today. Individual user requirements, the ...
Engineering Knowledge for Assistive Living
This paper introduces a knowledge based approach to assistive living in smart homes. It proposes a system architecture that makes use of knowledge in the lifecycle of assistive living. The paper describes ontology based ...
Formal Modeling Techniques for Ambient Assisted Living
In the development of systems of ambient assisted living (AAL), formalized models and analysis techniques can provide a ground that makes development amenable to a systematic approach. We consider the following formal ...