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Fitpit - Fitness Cockpit: Information System To Optimize Training Schedules In Rehabilitation

  title={Fitpit - Fitness Cockpit: Information System To Optimize Training Schedules In Rehabilitation},
  author={S. Meister and Valentin Stahlmann and Sven Schafer and Tim Wilking and Andriy Kandyba},
Optimal healthcare supply today requires the extensive usage of information and communication technologies (ICT) to reduce the emerging costs and to ensure high quality standards. With FitPit – The Fitness Cockpit we are investigating concepts, methods and algorithms to implement an information system which will cope with the increasing problems in rehabilitation. Caused by the demographic change there is a growing number of patients with a need for rehabilitation. However, the success of a… Expand
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