|Autors: Tonchev, K., Balabanov, G. R., Manolova, A. H., Poulkov, V. K.|
Title: Personalized and intelligent sleep and mood estimation modules with web based user interface for improving quality of life
Keywords: Ambient assisted living, Assistive living systems, Cognitive functions, Computational results, Intelligent decision support systems, Mild cognitive impairments, Sleep quality, WEB application
Abstract: Elderly with declining cognitive functions, their family members and assistive care providers have all identified good “quality of life” as a central element in living with diseases such as dementia and mild cognitive impairment. Quality of life concerns mood, sleep, daily activities performance, pleasant engagements, physical mobility and healthy lifestyle. Sleep quality is essential for the human being to maintain good physical and emotional health. And sleep disorders can lead to severe physical and emotional effects, e.g. cognitive decline and mental health complications. So being able to measure and evaluate sleep quality and monitor mood is inseparably linked to every assistive living system. Sensor-based sleep and mood monitoring systems promise to prolong independent living of elderly people with declining physical and cognitive functions. In this paper, an implementation of sleep and mood monitoring and estimation of intelligent modules part of Ambient Assisted Living arch..
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