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Naeem, Usman; Bigham, John (2008)
Languages: English
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Being able to monitor everyday activities of daily life is seen as a key approach for mitigating functional decline among elderly people as it allows context sensitive support to be offered. This paper describes a hierarchal approach for modelling activities of daily life using task sequences generated by object usage data and a mechanism for recognising these activities from sensor data. The underlying motivation of this work is to allow people with early Alzheimer’s disease to have additional years of independent living before the disease reaches the moderate and severe stages. To ameliorate intrusion into personal privacy the monitoring of activities is via simple non-visual sensors with a greater emphasis placed on intelligent reasoning that exploits structures of typical behaviours.
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