Activity Support Framework for People with Dementia Based on Markov Decision Process

@article{Sarni2015ActivitySF,
  title={Activity Support Framework for People with Dementia Based on Markov Decision Process},
  author={Tomi Sarni and Petri Pulli},
  journal={2015 International Conference on Intelligent Environments},
  year={2015},
  pages={25-32}
}
Ambient assisted living technologies (AALT) are considered to offer means for reducing health care burden to societies by prolonging capability for independent living and by improving the quality of life for elderly persons suffering from dementia and their caregivers. This research presents a novel activity support framework for transforming cooking activities in to workflow process models optimized for people suffering from dementia. This is achieved by first splitting a cooking activity in… CONTINUE READING

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