Ambient Intelligence Agent for Health Care.
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José Bravo (Ed.), Universidad de Castilla la Mancha
WUCAMI 2006. pp. 115-125.
This paper presents an autonomous intelligent agent developed for ambient intelligence health care in geriatric residences. The paper focuses on Ambient Intelligence (AmI) Technologies since the vision of AmI assumes seamless, unobtrusive, and often invisible but also controllable interactions between humans and technology. Monitoring within the care process is a vital function requiring AmI solutions. An autonomous deliberative case-based planner agent, AGALZ (Autonomous aGent for monitoring ALZheimer patients), is designed to facilitate the nurses’ integration into a multi-agent intelligent environment, named ALZ-MAS (ALZheimer Multi-Agent System), capable of obtaining information about the environment through RFID technology. The agent operates in wireless devices and is integrated with complementary agents.
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