Autonomic Computing and Ambient Assisted Living

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Abstract

Smart living environments are beginning to come of age. Smart environments technology may be embedded in the form of sensors to monitor the behavior of the inhabitant and through actuators the environment itself may be adapted to assist. Processing of the information collected within the home provides the ability, for instance, for care of the elderly through remote care assessment and management. As we move to an age of Smart Homes the more reliant an individual, for instance the elderly and ill, become on such environments the more reliable the system must be. They must operate correctly 24/7. The Autonomic Computing paradigm with its vision of creating self-managing (self-configuring, self-healing, self-optimizing and self-protecting) systems to ensure as components fail the system itself continues to operate, may provide this 24/7 reliability.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Pages149-151
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 22 Mar 2010
EventAA-SES-IV: 4th IEEE International Workshop on Autonomic and Autonomous Space Exploration Systems (at SMC-IT) - Pasadena, CA, USA
Duration: 22 Mar 2010 → …

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WorkshopAA-SES-IV: 4th IEEE International Workshop on Autonomic and Autonomous Space Exploration Systems (at SMC-IT)
Period22/03/10 → …

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Sterritt, R., & Nugent, C. (2010). Autonomic Computing and Ambient Assisted Living. In Unknown Host Publication (pp. 149-151)
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