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Some elderly people prefer to live independently and not in group settings, such as nursing homes. As age increases, health risks for independent living increase, including incapacitation. The longer one remains in an incapacitated state before being detected and receiving help, the higher the risk of permanent impairment or death. Systems that monitor activity within a residence may allow an elderly person to live independently, since the system would detect a lack of activity and would makedoi:10.4108/eai.3-12-2015.2262528 dblp:journals/sas/WaltersERSD16 fatcat:rc42g4o7xjbefmhpvlmyvs4rj4