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In many countries of the world, the life expectancy increases but the population ages so rapidly that it is expected that soon it will be difficult to ensure a good life quality to the elder people ...

In many countries of the world, the life expectancy increases but the population ages so rapidly that it is expected that soon it will be difficult to ensure a good life quality to the elder people when health issues arise. In this paper, we consider this problem from the point of view of the physiotherapy rehabili- tation which nowadays is perceived as costly and inconvenient for the elder patients. In order to lessen these problems, we propose a distributed architecture to allow the physiotherapists to remotely assist their patients while they comfortably do exercises from home. As in other proposals, the Human Pose Recognition is delegated to a computer equipped with MS Kinect and neural networks. Our approach, however, differs from others because it includes a logical framework based on Event Calculus augmented with Expectations which provides a higher-level description of the exercises and a mean to measure how well they were done.

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  • 2 concepts: event, fluent <br /> 1 core axioms: smtg true if it was true or smtg else made it true and notg made it false in the mean while <br /> Corollary axioms to set the effect-cause relationship between events and fluents <br /> 3 modes: abductive, deductive, inductive <br /> Expectations: triggering event, optional conditional state, goal state and a deadline to predicate on sequence of domain states during evolution <br />

A Distributed System Using MS Kinect and Event Calculus for Adaptive Physiotherapist Rehabilitation A Distributed System Using MS Kinect and Event Calculus for Adaptive Physiotherapist Rehabilitation Presentation Transcript

  • A Distributed System Using MS Kinect and Event Calculus for Adaptive Physiotherapist Rehabilitation Stefano Bragaglia University of Bristol Stefano Di Monte University of Bologna IIBM 2014 Birmingham, 2 July 2014 Paola Mello University of Bologna
  • Introduction • Population ageing fast: fewer young people to support the elderly • Life expectancy increases, as well as health issues in older age • Proven correlation between improperly treated issues and consequent more serious health problems 2 July 2014 IIBM 2014 2
  • Use Case Scenario • Physiotherapy rehabilitation for elder people – Hospitals and LHUs can be source of anxiety – Very unbalanced patients/doctor ratio – Exercises: generally low chances of a proper cure • Frequent visits to costly physiotherapy centres • Many causes lead to desist from a proper cure… • or insist with an improper cure! 2 July 2014 IIBM 2014 3
  • Our proposal • Use non-invasive technology to virtually bring the physiotherapist in the patient’s house • Distributed system – LHU’s data server – Physiotherapist’s application – Patient’s device 2 July 2014 IIBM 2014 4
  • Computer Vision • Human pose prediction with MS Kinect – 6 networks, one per limb/body part with Weka • Multi-Layer Perceptrons * • Decision Trees • Logistic Model Trees • Support Vector Machines * – Input: the coordinates of the appropriate joints – Output: a selection of partial frontal poses – For each frame and network: the ID of the predicted pose and its likelihood 2 July 2014 IIBM 2014 5
  • An Overlying Logic Framework • Provides – a convenient high-level way to describe exercises – a low-level operational way to review them • Based on – Event Calculus: streamlined and resilient formalism to reason about actions and their effects on a domain – Expectations: formalism to declaratively describe expected and/or undesired workflows within a domain • Implemented as forward rules with Drools 2 July 2014 IIBM 2014 6
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  • Conclusions • Contributions – Distributed architecture to assist elder people in physiotherapy rehabilitation – Combines CV techniques with a powerful logic framework – Proof-of-concept, not trained with proper data • Future works – With the approval of an ethical committee, creation of a postural dataset for data mining 2 July 2014 IIBM 2014 12