Publications in Scientific Journals:
D. Brunmeir, J. Kropf:
"Decision Making in Ambient Assisted Living Environments based on Uncertain and Fuzzy Data";
Simulation Notes Europe,
Abstract. A decision making engine for home automation
in an assisted living context is presented. A Prototype
was implemented, that will be integrated in HOMER,
a middleware framework for home event recognition, as
a reasoning component of the system. First tests show a
reasonable error rate, which can be improved with careful
selection of parameters.
This article discusses a decision making engine in an
Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) context. This decision
making engine is not only able to learn and categorize
human behavior by observing a person, but also replicate
this personīs actions. It recognizes altering behavioral
patterns and adapts its actions to those new or
changed situations. Its purpose is to automate certain
activities to enhance the quality of life of elderly persons
or persons with special needs.
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