Rapid specification and automated generation of prompting systems to assist people with dementia

@article{Hoey2011RapidSA,
  title={Rapid specification and automated generation of prompting systems to assist people with dementia},
  author={Jesse Hoey and Thomas Pl{\"o}tz and Daniel Jackson and Andrew F. Monk and Cuong Pham and Patrick Olivier},
  journal={Pervasive and Mobile Computing},
  year={2011},
  volume={7},
  pages={299-318}
}
Activity recognition in intelligent environments could play a key role for supporting people in their activities of daily life. Partially observable Markov decision process (POMDP) models have been used successfully, for example, to assist people with dementia when carrying out small multi-step tasks such as hand washing. POMDP models are a powerful, yet flexible framework for modeling assistance that can deal with uncertainty and utility in a theoretically well-justified manner. Unfortunately… CONTINUE READING
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