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Sensor-based Activity Visualization for Monitoring Daily Schedules

Große-Puppendahl, Tobias (2010):
Sensor-based Activity Visualization for Monitoring Daily Schedules.
TU Darmstadt, [Bachelor Thesis]

Abstract

This thesis addresses a very common issue of people suffering from dementia: the ability to comply with a personal daily schedule. An assistive health care application is designed to recognize a person's daily activities with the help of body-attached acceleration sensors. A visualization of daily activities enables caregivers to supervise the person affected. Moreover, all activities can be compared to a template activity schedule, the supervised person is supposed to follow. The application helps caregivers and relatives to stay informed about a person's activities and take action if irregularities occur.

Item Type: Bachelor Thesis
Erschienen: 2010
Creators: Große-Puppendahl, Tobias
Title: Sensor-based Activity Visualization for Monitoring Daily Schedules
Language: English
Abstract:

This thesis addresses a very common issue of people suffering from dementia: the ability to comply with a personal daily schedule. An assistive health care application is designed to recognize a person's daily activities with the help of body-attached acceleration sensors. A visualization of daily activities enables caregivers to supervise the person affected. Moreover, all activities can be compared to a template activity schedule, the supervised person is supposed to follow. The application helps caregivers and relatives to stay informed about a person's activities and take action if irregularities occur.

Uncontrolled Keywords: Realtime sensor visualization, Ambient assisted living (AAL), Physical activity monitoring
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
Date Deposited: 12 Nov 2018 11:16
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