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TitleMemory assistant in everyday living
Author(s)Costa, Ângelo
Novais, Paulo
Costa, Ricardo
Neves, José
Personal memory assistant
Ambient assisted living
Issue date2009
Abstract(s)Memory is one’s mental ability to store, to retain, and recall information, representing past and future, our dreams and/or expectations. However, as the human been ages, the capacity of remembering decreases as well the ability to pile up new memories, therefore affecting our quality-of-living and lowering our self- esteem. This configures a social and human dilemma. With the present work we intend to address some of these problems, in terms of a Personal Memory Assistant (PMA), in order to help the user to remember things and occurrences, making it in a proactive mode. It will also cater for some form of relaxation on the part of the user.
TypeConference paper
AccessOpen access
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