D6.1 Case-based Feedback Adaptation v1

This report presents the specifications and information requirements that must be fulfilled in order to determine the appropriate feedback for the different situations in which the Dem@Care system will be used. It also investigates the means by which this feedback should be communicated to the user.
Mathematical tools for modelling activities including context-prediction, behavioural analysis, and activity recognition are reviewed, as input for further work. The mathematical model will help provide appropriate feedback only when necessary and will be used to generate alarms, reminders, and instructions.
Feedback will be given mostly through visual means (lights, pictures, and text) and audio cues will be used bring attention to system-initiated feedback. Voice prompts will be used to facilitate forward navigation in user interfaces.
Navigation for Persons with Dementia will be based on prioritized tasks that mirror real-life activities. Mathematical tools for modelling activities including context-prediction, behavioural analysis, and activity recognition are reviewed, as input for further work. The mathematical model will help provide appropriate feedback only when necessary and will be used to generate alarms, reminders, and instructions. Feedback will be given mostly through visual means (lights, pictures, and text) and audio cues will be used bring attention to system-initiated feedback. Voice prompts will be used to facilitate forward navigation in user interfaces. Navigation for Persons with Dementia will be based on prioritized tasks that mirror real-life
activities.
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