A Computation Model for Senior Citizen Health Self-Care.

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    • Abstract:
      A computation model is proposed for senior citizen health self-care through adaptive multi-level computation cycles according to the principles of slow intelligence. An experimental system, called the TDR system, is being implemented on a smart phone to serve as the test bed for the proposed approach. In this paper, we describe the computation model, the basic concepts and the prototype experimental system. The main theoretical concept is centered on adaptive multi-level computation cycles, events and event icons. Further experimental as well as theoretical investigations of the proposed computation model are discussed. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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