Intelligent Decision-Support in Virtual Reality Healthcare & Rehabilitation

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Intelligent Decision-Support (IDS) mechanisms to improve an ‘in-action’ facilitator intervention model and ‘on-action’ evaluation and refinement model are proposed for contemporary Virtual Reality Healthcare & Rehabilitation training. The ‘Zone of Optimized Motivation’ (ZOOM) model and the ‘Hermeneutic Action Research’ model have emerged from a body of research called SoundScapes that targets all ages and all abilities through manipulation of Virtual Interactive Space (VIS) (Brooks 1999). VIS is at the core of an open-ended system that enables unencumbered residual function to manipulate multimedia that results in afferent-efferent neural feedback loop closure, which is hypothesized as the reason why such interactive system environments are so effective in the context of rehabilitation and healthcare. The approach is adaptive across the range of dysfunction, from the most profoundly disabled to traditionally developed. Core issues are presented to detail and justify the concept. Findings are related to current trends with conclusion reflecting on impact across associated fields.
BogserieStudies in Computational Intelligence
Sider (fra-til)143-169
Antal sider26
StatusUdgivet - 1 nov. 2011

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Advanced Computational Intelligence Paradigms in Healthcare 5 Intelligent Decision Support Systems - Studies in Computational Intelligence


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