Lee, Yeunsook.

Aging Friendly Technology for Health and Independence 8th International Conference on Smart Homes and Health Telematics, ICOST 2010, Seoul, Korea, June 22-24, 2010. Proceedings / [electronic resource] : edited by Yeunsook Lee, Z. Zenn Bien, Mounir Mokhtari, Jeong Tai Kim, Mignon Park, Jongbae Kim, Heyoung Lee, Ismail Khalil. - XIV, 272p. 106 illus. online resource. - Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 6159 0302-9743 ; .

Smart Home and Village -- A Supplementary Automatic Door Device for Hybrid Support of Humans and Robots -- Automatic Service Composition with Heterogeneous Service-Oriented Architectures -- A Flexible Privacy and Trust Based Context-Aware Secure Framework -- Security, Privacy, and Dependability in Smart Homes: A Pattern Catalog Approach -- A Taxonomy Driven Approach towards Evaluating Pervasive Computing System -- A Robotic System for Home Security Enhancement -- Why Is My Home Not Smart? -- Augmented Photoframe for Interactive Smart Space -- Health Telematics and Healthcare Technology -- Unobtrusive Sleep Posture Detection for Elder-Care in Smart Home -- Context-Aware Personal Diet Suggestion System -- Multimodal Situational Awareness for Eldercare -- Mobile Personal Health Care System for Patients with Diabetes -- Estimation of Instantaneous Bandwidth and Reconstruction of Noisy ECG Signal Measured by a 24- Hour Continuous Healthcare System for the Elderly and People with Disabilities -- Changing ICT for Client/Patient Management and Clinical Information in Residential and Community Aged Care Services in Regional Australia: Structured Interviews with Service Managers -- An Action-Based Behavior Model for Persuasive Telehealth -- Real-Time Monitoring of Potential Effects of Neuroprotection by Acupuncture in Global Ischemic Model of Hyperglycemic Rats -- Interactive Web-Phone Technology to Support and Optimize Care Plans for Aging and People with Disabilities -- Aging Friendly and Enabling Technology -- Use Cases for Abnormal Behaviour Detection in Smart Homes -- Design of Novel Feeding Robot for Korean Food -- Mild Dementia Care at Home – Integrating Activity Monitoring, User Interface Plasticity and Scenario Verification -- Behavior-Based Needs of Older Adults Concerning Aging-Friendly Digital Home Applications Using a Web-Based Survey -- Object Recognition and Ontology for Manipulation with an Assistant Robot -- Abnormality Detection for Improving Elder’s Daily Life Independent -- AAL 4 ALL – A Matter of User Experience -- Creating Digital Life Stories through Activity Recognition with Image Filtering -- Vowel Formant Characterization of Jaw Movements and Tongue Displacement for Possible Use in the Articulation Training Support System for the Hearing Impaired -- Short Papers -- Requirements for the Deployment of Sensor Based Recognition Systems for Ambient Assistive Living -- 3D Matching applied ICP Algorithm for 3D Facial Avatar Modeling Using Stereo Camera -- System for Tracking Human Position by Multiple Laser Range Finders Deployed in Existing Home Environment -- Implementation of Daily Activity Management Service System with Smart Grid -- Gesture-Based Interface Using Baby Signs for the Elderly and People with Mobility Impairment in a Smart House Environment -- Quantitative Approach of Remote Accessibility Assessment System (RAAS) in Telerehabilitation -- Indoor and Outdoor Localization Architecture for Pervasive Environment -- Undernutrition Prevention for Disabled and Elderly People in Smart Home with Bayesian Networks and RFID Sensors -- A Platform for a More Widespread Adoption of AAL -- A Guideline-Driven Platform for Healthcare Services in Smart Home Environments -- Virtual MIMO Based Wireless Communication for Remote Medical Condition Monitoring -- HealthQuest: Technology That Encourages Physical Activity in the Workplace -- A Reliable Fall Detection System Based on Wearable Sensor and Signal Magnitude Area for Elderly Residents.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th International Conference On Smart Homes and Health Telematics, ICOST 2010, held in Seoul, Korea, in June 2010. The 26 revised full papers and 15 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on smart home and village; health telematics and healthcare technology; and aging friendly and enabling technology.


Computer science.
Software engineering.
Information systems.
Artificial intelligence.
Computer vision.
Optical pattern recognition.
Computer Science.
Special Purpose and Application-Based Systems.
User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction.
Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet).
Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics).
Image Processing and Computer Vision.
Pattern Recognition.