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Automated Multimedia Diaries of Mobile Device Users Need Summarization [chapter]

M. Gelgon, K. Tilhou
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
doi:10.1007/3-540-45756-9_4 fatcat:r4eyh3drajd2bb4cnaxqjwm4dy

Combining personal diaries with territorial intelligence to empower diabetic patients

Monica Sebillo, Genny Tortora, Maurizio Tucci, Giuliana Vitiello, Athula Ginige, Pasquale Di Giovanni
2015 Journal of Visual Languages and Computing  
In this paper, we propose an infrastructure for the development of special-purpose applications meant to improve care experience of diabetic patients while creating public value for services.  ...  Information is today recognized as a major source of benefit, for those who are able to properly create and manage it.  ...  As mentioned earlier, due to the extensive amount of information that a diabetic user may need to insert every day, a desirable requirement is the automation of repetitive tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jvlc.2015.03.002 fatcat:hlo2462hvfgmfog2zltit6nibe

SafePlan: An mHealth approach for Improving Outcomes in Suicide Prevention (Preprint)

Conor O'Grady, Ruth Melia, John Bogue, Mary O'Sullivan, Karen Young, Jim Duggan
2019 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
This study aims to develop a mobile app to facilitate service users' access to mental health support and safety planning.  ...  A diary component that facilitates the generalization of skills learned through dialectical behavior therapy was also implemented.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was funded by the Health Service Executive (HSE) National Office for Suicide Prevention and carried out with the support of the NUIG and HSE Community Healthcare West and Midwest  ... 
doi:10.2196/17481 pmid:32729845 fatcat:xvnea3dwvzgahfelt6ictz4heu

Transforming mobile personal life log into autobiographical multimedia eChronicles

Dian Tjondronegoro, Tat-Seng Chua
2012 Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Advances in Mobile Computing & Multimedia - MoMM '12  
To demonstrate the benefits of the proposed model, we propose some design solutions for enabling users-driven capture, annotation, and retrieval of autobiographical multimedia chronicles tools.  ...  Mobile devices are becoming indispensable personal assistants in people's daily life as these devices support work, study, play and socializing activities.  ...  As people are increasingly dependent on mobile devices to perform their daily tasks, if one lets his/her mobile device to log personal life experience, the device can potentially understand the person's  ... 
doi:10.1145/2428955.2428973 dblp:conf/momm/TjondronegoroC12 fatcat:nsfugzgmfraepmvzuxo3flwa3e


Scott Carter, Jennifer Mankoff, Jeffrey Heer
2007 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '07  
We derived requirements for Momento from a user-centered design process that included interviews, observations and field studies of early versions of the tool.  ...  Also, Momento can gather log data, experience sampling, diary, and other qualitative data.  ...  Location and availability of users were sensed via mobile clients running on users' mobile devices as well as experimenter input. if [ cond and/or cond ... ] o/g near/!  ... 
doi:10.1145/1240624.1240644 dblp:conf/chi/CarterMH07 fatcat:rprbwmdiobfrnk24zrvaqihzy4

Just Walk: Rethinking Use Cases in Mobile Audio Travel Guides

Evgeny Pyshkin, Pavel Korobenin
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems  
In this paper we examine a number of solutions used in developing multimedia guiding systems for travelers.  ...  The major contribution of this work is to propose a model that would be appropriate for better tour recommendation and playback automation of outdoor travel tours with using geo-positioning.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work is partially supported by the grant 17K00509 of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).  ... 
doi:10.15439/2017f188 dblp:conf/fedcsis/PyshkinK17 fatcat:vqzrmk574nbxffkkczh65pgjsi

Identifying Objective Physiological Markers and Modifiable Behaviors for Self-Reported Stress and Mental Health Status Using Wearable Sensors and Mobile Phones: Observational Study

Akane Sano, Sara Taylor, Andrew W McHill, Andrew JK Phillips, Laura K Barger, Elizabeth Klerman, Rosalind Picard
2018 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Conclusions: New semiautomated tools improved the efficiency of long-term ambulatory data collection from wearable and mobile devices.  ...  Wearable and mobile devices that capture multimodal data have the potential to identify risk factors for high stress and poor mental health and to provide information to improve health and well-being.  ...  the National Institutes of Health.  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.9410 pmid:29884610 pmcid:PMC6015266 fatcat:2z6fyamdzzbq3m5we2yzhkvdsa

AniDiary: Daily Cartoon-Style Diary Exploits Bayesian Networks

Sung-Bae Cho, Kyung-Joong Kim, Keum Sung Hwang, In-Ji Song
2007 IEEE pervasive computing  
Our goal was to summarize a given user's daily life with a cartoon-style diary based on information collected from mobile devices such as smart phones.  ...  This application of mobile devices promises to provide a new way for people to manage their personal information.  ...  (In 2006, 51 percent of mobile device operating systems used Symbian and only 17 percent used Windows.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2007.49 fatcat:ktuicnc3bvcnplt2sjbebct5tq

Supporting Social Interaction with Smart Phones

R. Beale
2005 IEEE pervasive computing  
Seven different systems exemplify its ability to support a wide range of social interactions, helping make pervasive computing a reality.  ...  The smart phone is a convenient, highly accessible, and capable device that's well suited to communication and yet can still create interesting content, whether it be video, audio, or text.  ...  Users can post text or image messages from any mobile device.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2005.38 fatcat:q5l3ycw2ofa5nbrqthnug7iaii

Research on Audience Rating Statistics of Two-way Digital TV Based on OpenSSL

Junhua Chen, Fan Yang
2012 International Journal of Wireless and Microwave Technologies  
The drawback of the present various forms of digital program audience statistical method is that only the traditional phone questionnaire survey, the diary method or the artificial equipment is applied  ...  The experiment and users' feedback show that this scheme in the lower hardware configuration digital terminals can promptly and accurately count the subscribers watching program and effectively protect  ...  Acknowledgment This work was partly supported by marketing department and research center of Beijing Compunicate Inc.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijwmt.2012.01.05 fatcat:6vl7qjd53zf6zhn3lmk3i5nmd4

Towards a web-based archaeological excavation platform for smartphones: review and potentials

Georgios Styliaras
2015 SpringerPlus  
Based on the thorough review and comparison of related work, the basic features of such a platform are outlined.  ...  The paper conducts a review questioning the usability of a web-based platform supporting archaeological excavations and related fields, which will execute on smartphones.  ...  Archaeologists could work on site and record the characteristics of mobile exhibits in the various fields with the mobile device.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40064-015-1115-3 pmid:26155450 pmcid:PMC4488236 fatcat:bhwb3sfpxfc5fjrcjwpxjpz6ay

Healthy Living with Persuasive Technologies: Framework, Issues, and Challenges

S. Chatterjee, A. Price
2009 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Research in persuasive technologies and the associated usage of a computing system, device, or application intentionally designed to change a person's attitude or behavior in a predetermined way is showing  ...  the age of the aged. 1 The over burdened health care system will face a worldwide wave of retirees who will live longer, cost more to treat, and demand new goods and services to help them stay healthy  ...  a wide variety of devices. 4 The trend is toward the use of mobile devices such as cell-phones and PDA's.  ... 
doi:10.1197/jamia.m2859 pmid:19074300 pmcid:PMC2649327 fatcat:nmvq65cvpzgnditlzehefqyqma

Mobile Applications for Diabetics: A Systematic Review and Expert-Based Usability Evaluation Considering the Special Requirements of Diabetes Patients Age 50 Years or Older

Madlen Arnhold, Mandy Quade, Wilhelm Kirch
2014 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
A multitude of mhealth (mobile health) apps have been developed in recent years to support effective self-management of patients with diabetes mellitus type 1 or 2.  ...  Only 30 (4.6%) of the 656 available diabetes apps offered an interface to a measurement device. We evaluated 66 apps within the usability evaluation.  ...  Acknowledgments This study is conducted within the InnoMedTec project (Grant no. 100098212), which is funded by the European Social Fund and the Free State of Saxony.  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.2968 pmid:24718852 pmcid:PMC4004144 fatcat:kbhgrq3drbfnjic4w7oqxyb3wa

Toward a mobile platform for real-world digital measurement of depression: user-centered design, data quality, and behavioral and clinical modeling (Preprint)

Stefanie Nickels, Matthew D. Edwards, Sarah F. Poole, Dale Winter, Jessica Gronsbell, Bella Rozenkrants, David P. Miller, Mathias Fleck, Alan McLean, Bret Peterson, Yuanwei Chen, Alan Hwang (+14 others)
2021 JMIR Mental Health  
The goals of this pilot study are to develop an engaging user interface for high task adherence through user-centered design; test the quality of collected data from passive sensors; start building clinically  ...  Future work is needed to increase scale that may permit the construction of more complex (eg, nonlinear) predictive models and better handle data missingness.  ...  It is also clear that passive sensor data collection using the "bring-your-own-device" approach is complex, especially across the diverse ecosystem of Android devices (Multimedia Appendix 5).  ... 
doi:10.2196/27589 pmid:34383685 pmcid:PMC8386379 fatcat:2vuvuryk4ff5xgrpccfsdnnutq

Building and tracking hierarchical geographical & temporal partitions for image collection management on mobile devices

A. Pigeau, M. Gelgon
2005 Proceedings of the 13th annual ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '05  
Usage of mobile devices (phones, digital cameras) raises the need for organizing large personal image collections.  ...  In accordance with studies on user needs, we propose a statistical criterion and an associated optimization technique, relying on geo-temporal image metadata, for building and tracking a hierarchical structure  ...  of mobile devices.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1101149.1101170 dblp:conf/mm/PigeauG05 fatcat:ob7pbon6nvcy7h72ma7kgsoyo4
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