Talles Marcelo G. de A. Barbosa

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Usability tests are very important to validate and improve software systems and software development processes. Nowadays, there are different methodologies to software usability evaluation. However, the most effective are based on real user's feedback although these methodologies are time-consuming and very expensive because depend on analysis of many human(More)
Advances in digital electronics have enable the development of low-cost, low-power, multifunctional sensor nodes that are small in size and communicate in short distances. These tiny sensor nodes consist of sensing, data processing, and communication components, leverage the idea of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) based on collaborative effort of a large(More)
This article presents a framework that allows the automated gathering of medical evidence, using a methodology based on Bayesian Networks (BN). For such purpose, system software and a programming methodology were developed. The proposed methodology is generic and can be applied to different contexts (application domains) were evidence gathering is executed(More)
Mobile intelligent clinical monitoring systems provide mobility and out of hospital monitoring. It can be used in the follow-up of high-risk patients in out of hospital situations and to monitor “healthy” persons to prevent medical events. The inherent characteristics of local diagnosis and actuation permit an improvement and advance in the(More)
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) is an emerging technology that is developed with a large number of useful applications. On the other hand, Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) have found many successful applications in nonlinear system and control, digital communication, pattern recognition, pattern classification, etc. There are many similarities between WSN(More)
This work presents a new programming model for sensor networks embedded in the human body which is based on the concept of multi-programming application-oriented software. This model was conceived with a top-down approach of four layers and its main goal is to allow the healthcare professionals to program and to reconfigure the network locally or by the(More)
Body Sensor Networks (BSN) have gained interest in recent years from researches. Several promising prototypes are enabling many healthcare services. Despite of technological developments in sensing and monitoring devices, some issues related to BSN have still to be investigated. For example, information routing requires establishment of multi-hop paths(More)