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Identification technologies to support Alzheimer contexts
Alzheimer's disease makes great demands on care by assistants, due to the fact that they cannot distract their attention from patients while they are at the same time managing records. For that reason, technologies to ...
Enabling NFC technology to support activities in an Alzheimer's day center
Alzheimer's patients need a large amount of varied types of attention by carers, due to the disorders of memory and orientation they present. Knowledge about the particular state of each individual day-care patient is ...
A Proposal for Mobile Diabetes Self-control: Towards a Patient Monitoring Framework
In this paper, we present a proposal for Patients’ Mobile Monitoring. This framework enables the definition and generation of profiles, modules and communication structures between each of the measuring devices and the ...
From implicit to touching interaction by identification technologies: Towards tagging context
Intelligent environments need interactions capable of detecting users and providing them with good-quality contextual information. In this sense we adapt technologies, identifying and locating people for supporting their ...