|Appears in Collections:||Computing Science and Mathematics Conference Papers and Proceedings|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Authors:||Blum, Jesse Michael|
|Title:||Dynamically Programmable m-Psychiatry System For Self-Management of Bipolar Disorder|
|Editors:||James, Christopher J|
|Citation:||Blum JM & Magill E (2009) Dynamically Programmable m-Psychiatry System For Self-Management of Bipolar Disorder In: James Christopher J, Demanuele Charmaine, Jimenez-Gonzalez Aida (ed.) Proceedings of the 5th UK & Republic of Ireland Postgraduate Conference in Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics, PGBIOMED09, Oxford: IEEE UKRI EMB Student Club. Postgraduate Conference in Biomedical Engineering & Medical Physics (PGBioMed), Magdalen College, Oxford University, pp. 21-22.|
|Conference Name:||Postgraduate Conference in Biomedical Engineering & Medical Physics (PGBioMed)|
|Conference Location:||Magdalen College, Oxford University|
|Abstract:||A rule-oriented approach to programming mobile psychiatric monitoring systems was designed. Initial simulations of rule processing have tested system personalisation issues and reviewed characteristics of the rule-oriented approach including the degree of task expressiveness and ease of expressing domain knowledge. A technical trial is being prepared to analyse the approach in a non-simulated environment.|
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