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Jesús Fontecha, Ramón Hervás, Tania Mondéjar, Iván González, José Bravo.
Journal of Medical Systems (ISI-JCR IF:2.213 Q2) August 2015; 39:120
Publication year: 2015

One of the main challenges on Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) is to reach an appropriate acceptance level of the assistive systems, as well as to analyze and monitor end user tasks in a feasible and efficient way. The development and evaluation of AAL solutions based on user-centered perspective help to achieve these goals. In this work, we have designed a methodology to integrate and develop analytics user-centered tools into assistive systems. An analysis software tool gathers information of end users from adapted psychological questionnaires and naturalistic observation of their own context. The aim is to enable an in-deep analysis focused on improving the life quality of elderly people and their caregivers.

Keywords: Ambient intelligence Ambient assisted living Methodology User-centered analysis Context-awareness Psychological assessment