A Multiagent System for Monitoring Health

Authors Erik Puik , Brian van der Bijl , Leo van Moergestel , Daniël Telgen , John-Jules Meyer
Published in Proceedings INTELLI 2016 The Fifth International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Applications
Publication date 13 November 2016
Research groups Smart Systems for Healthy Living
Type Lecture

Summary

From the article: Abstract—By using agent technology, a versatile and modular monitoring system can be built. In this paper, such a multiagentbased monitoring system will be described. The system can be trained to detect several conditions in combination and react accordingly. Because of the distributed nature of the system, the concept can be used in many situations, especially when combinations of different sensor inputs are used. Another advantage of the approach presented in this paper is the fact that every monitoring system can be adapted to specific situations. As a case-study, a health monitoring system will be presented.

On this publication contributed

  • Erik Puik
    Erik Puik
    • Professor
    • Research groups: Smart Systems for Healthy Living

Language English
Published in Proceedings INTELLI 2016 The Fifth International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Applications
Key words Multiagent-based health monitoring, learning agent
Page range 57-62

Erik Puik

Erik Puik

Erik Puik

  • Professor
  • Research group: Smart Systems for Healthy Living