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|Author||Debora Gil; Aura Hernandez-Sabate; David Castells; Jordi Carrabina|
|Title||CYBERH: Cyber-Physical Systems in Health for Personalized Assistance||Type||Conference Article|
|Year||2017||Publication||International Symposium on Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for Scientific Computing||Abbreviated Journal|
|Abstract||Assistance systems for e-Health applications have some specific requirements that demand of new methods for data gathering, analysis and modeling able to deal with SmallData:
1) systems should dynamically collect data from, both, the environment and the user to issue personalized recommendations; 2) data analysis should be able to tackle a limited number of samples prone to include non-informative data and possibly evolving in time due to changes in patient condition; 3) algorithms should run in real time with possibly limited computational resources and fluctuant internet access.
Electronic medical devices (and CyberPhysical devices in general) can enhance the process of data gathering and analysis in several ways: (i) acquiring simultaneously multiple sensors data instead of single magnitudes (ii) filtering data; (iii) providing real-time implementations condition by isolating tasks in individual processors of multiprocessors Systems-on-chip (MPSoC) platforms and (iv) combining information through sensor fusion
Our approach focus on both aspects of the complementary role of CyberPhysical devices and analysis of SmallData in the process of personalized models building for e-Health applications. In particular, we will address the design of Cyber-Physical Systems in Health for Personalized Assistance (CyberHealth) in two specific application cases: 1) A Smart Assisted Driving System (SADs) for dynamical assessment of the driving capabilities of Mild Cognitive Impaired (MCI) people; 2) An Intelligent Operating Room (iOR) for improving the yield of bronchoscopic interventions for in-vivo lung cancer diagnosis.
|Address||Timisoara; Rumania; September 2017|
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|Notes||IAM; 600.085; 600.096; 600.075; 600.145||Approved||no|
|Call Number||Admin @ si @ GHC2017||Serial||3045|
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