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Information system architecture for wearable cardiac sensors personalisation

Abstract : New medical devices and services enabling citizen‚Äôs health care anywhere and anytime are expected in the near future. However, to become a reality these devices must be supported by personalised services which satisfy user needs. In this paper we propose a general approach to manage the complexity of ambiguously related information for providing enhanced, user-specific services in the self-care domain. The global architecture is driven by a compositional model between a domain-specific and a context-awareness model, which aggregates the citizen‚ and the devices profiles, the citizen‚Äôs healthcare characteristics and available signal processing methods. The final objective is to support automatic composition of services helping any citizen to select an optimal and personalised sensor system and to improve decision-making
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Asta Krupaviciute, Jocelyne Fayn, Christine Verdier, Chris Nugent, Eric Mcadams, et al.. Information system architecture for wearable cardiac sensors personalisation. 14th IEEE Int. Conf. on Engineering of Complex Computer Systems, 2009, Potsdam, Germany. pp.265-272. ⟨hal-00953020⟩



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