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Egocentric vision IT technologies for Alzheimer disease assessment and studies

Abstract : Egocentric vision technology consists in capturing the actions of persons from their own visual point of view using wearable camera sensors. We apply this new paradigm to instrumental activities monitoring with the objective of providing new tools for the clinical evaluation of the impact of the disease on persons with dementia. In this paper, we introduce the current state of the development of this technology and focus on two technology modules: automatic location estimation and visual saliency estimation for content interpretation.
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  • ARXIV : 1303.3134

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Hugo Boujut, Vincent Buso, Guillaume Bourmaud, Jenny Benois-Pineau, Rémi Mégret, et al.. Egocentric vision IT technologies for Alzheimer disease assessment and studies. RITS - Recherche en Imagerie et Technologies pour la Santé, Apr 2013, France. pp.1-4. ⟨hal-00800175⟩

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