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IET Seminar on Assisted Living 2011

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  • Location: London, UK
  • Conference date: 6 April 2011
  • ISBN: 978-1-84919-469-3
  • Conference number: 2011/13611
  • The following topics are dealt with: assisted living; mobile health work; Internet of things; socio-economic aspects; legal aspects; ethical aspects; tactile devices; interoperability; standardisation; wireless approach; task compliance; recurrent quantum neural network model; brain music system; Emfit equipment solutions; context-aware support; task classification and Internet.

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  • Making Mobile Health work - an alternative look at Mobile Health business models
  • Assessing task compliance following reminders
  • Interoperability and standardisation in community telecare: a review
  • A recurrent quantum neural network model enhances the EEG signal for an improved brain-computer interface
  • Brain Music System: standardized brain music therapy
  • Emfit equipment solutions for dimensions
  • Trends and issues in community telecare in the United Kingdom
  • Context-aware support for assistive systems and services
  • A review of the state of the art in artifact removal technologies as used in an assisted living domain
  • Task classification in multi-role robotic systems for independent living
  • Development of an ambient intelligent environment to facilitate the modelling of 'well-being'
  • The Technology Strategy Board's Assisted Living Innovation Platform
  • Internet of M-health Things 'm-IOT'
  • The future direction of assisted living technologies and requirements
  • The potential of Internet of Things (IOT) for assisted living applications
  • Achieving lifestyle aspirations through assisted living technology
  • Towards assisted living via probabilistic vital-sign monitoring in the home
  • Legal, ethical and socio-economic aspects of community telecare
  • A wireless approach to device-free localisation (DFL) for indoor environments
  • Design and qualitative evaluation of tactile devices for stroke rehabilitation
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