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  • Personal Content Management onPDA for Health Care Applications http://mobmed.axmedis.org Pierfrancesco Bellini, Ivan Bruno, Daniele Bellini Bruno Cenni, Paolo Nesi, Michela Paolucci DISIT Lab: Sistemi Distribuiti e Tecnologie Internet Dipartimento di Sistemi e Informatica Università degli Studi di Firenze nesi@dsi.unifi.it, http://www.disit.dsi.unifi.it SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 1
  • Outline Scenarios Mobile Medicine Content Examples Content Access and technical requirements Intelligent content AXMEDIS format and model The architecture of Mobile Medicine PDA Organizer for content Mobile Medicine: Content production Conclusions SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 2
  • Scenarios of Mobile Medicineintelligent solution in the hands of doctors andassistants for: Continuous Medical Educations, CME, during the doctor life and continuous update; Calculation of dosages, status/conditions, risks,.. g , , , Education: medical University/School level; Emergency help medical personnel to take g y p p decisions and remind procedures/protocols, etc.; Collect data from patients that cannot be easily collected p y or that are too expensive to be collected with mobile instruments; ; EPR: Electronic Patient Record report, excerptsSimple, usable and accessible OFF-LINE p , SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 3 View slide
  • Mobile Medicine: Content examples Content Examples: Educational: Sliding Shows, video, document, audio, images… Procedures/protocols: (mini applications) Emergency, routines, Emergency routines … Dosages for intensive therapy: (mini applications) Formulas, ranges, Formulas ranges different application cases Calculators for several aspects: (mini applications) Risk analysis, …e.g.: pulmonary emboli…. Classification of conditions/damages, … Needs of customizing: user interface, behavior, accessibility rights, etc. SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 4 View slide
  • Mobile Medicine Content 5 5
  • Mobile Medicine Content Access Collect content on their mobile device, PDA Access to personal collection in any conditions Navigate into the ll ti N i t i t th collection via several views: i l i medical, taxonomy, classif., description, etc. Use data based: less used, most, recent, etc. Querying into the collection Keep updated the content collection automatically Keep the same content accessible on PC/PDA Licensing and rights controls to access and use (patience info and/or record) SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 6
  • Technical Content Requirements have to be indexed with all its metadata and semantic information into the local d t b i t th l l database may arrive into the device via any channel and solution has to be automatically updated into the device without the user intervention may present links with other content elements may change behavior on the basis of user preferences/profile, device capabilities, network capabilities, general context description device status description, may request to user to provide info; e.g.: collection of patient data perform actions on a checklists do data, checklists, annotations, to create a multimedia scrapbooks, to provide user generated content, etc may communicate with some central server some messages; i t ith t l for example: to mark that a content segment has been completed, report obtained data, decision taken, or possibilities browsed, .. SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 7
  • Intelligent Content gA number of cross media content formats: SCORM,MXF, NewsML, MPEG-21, Flash, HTML, etc.Major Issues for cross media content (DMS 2008): Packaging: Metadata and descriptors + essences Distribution: d Di ib i download, streaming, progressive, P2P l d i i P2P,.. Hierarchical nesting levels: IPR, Metadata, etc. g Intelligence: profiling, decision, scripting Tools: Players and Authoring tools Automated production, repurposing, delivering Protection: CAS vs DRM …. SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 8
  • Interactive and intelligent content Final users Browse, searchNew content formatsNew TV formats User generated p proactiveintegrated media info Multichannelpproactive with theusersattractive experiencepersonalized User generatedmultichannelinteroperable Saving experiencedevice interoperable p 9
  • AXMEDIS Object/Package Model unique content description identification mandatory special B2B metadata AxOID + …. AxInfo AxDublinCore A D bli C AxMetadata AxMetadata AxMetadataAxObject AxMetadata AxMetadata AxContent AxResourceMPEG21 AxMetadataDigital ItemDi it l It AxMetadata AxMethods AxObject resource embedding AxReferred hierarchical composition external content referencing Object j Intelligent, l i & b h i I t lli t logic behavior AxMethods A M th d 10
  • Examples: Intelligent ContentSingle Files: audio, video, documenti, immages, etc..Interactive Content: HTML or SMIL as technology of User interaction Guides, games, etc. Valoriz. of Cultural Heritage content Educational ContentProactive Wizard: Video messg. Recording, UGC Assisted upload Production of licenses User profile processing Taking decision Local indexing/searching Local assistant …. 11
  • AXMEDIS/MPEG 21AXMEDIS/MPEG-21Structure: hierarchical, links, etc.Distribution: download, p2p, progressive, streamClassification: DC, taxonomy, any MD, descriptors y y pIdentification: any IDs, for DRM AXOIDBehavior: change on the basis of context descriptors context, descriptors,axmethod codeProcessing: axmethod as in the AXCP plugins AXCP, plugins,..Presentational/interaction: SMIL, MPEG-4, HTML, … Activation of methods, forms, methods formsFile format: direct play without unpack of video, ….DRM/prot via MPEG 21 models and AXMEDIS implementationDRM/ t i MPEG-21 d l d i l t tiAnnotations: possible SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 12
  • Mobile MedicineAutomatedBack office -PC, MACos, linux, … -iPhone, iPod, Windows Mobile, Android(*), ….Complex content SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 13
  • Mobile MedicineAXCP Quick Start, Monitoring & gYourYo r tools commands, commands ReportingWorkflow systems,… AXMEDIS DRM Server AXCP GRID Internet, WEB, VOD, POD.. AXCP Scheduler Mobile Medicine databases AXCP Node WEB Server AXCP Node for PC and Mobile, FTP, WS, etc. Content Upload AXCP Node Mobiles, PDA, etc. AXMEDIS AXCP GRID backoffice server: semantic computing p g AXMEDIS DRM: for Rights control and security Mobile Medicine portal for the multichannel distribution: p PC, PDA, iPhone, iPod, mobile, etc. Production tools and players, for PC and PDA SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 14
  • Personal Mobile Social Intelligence AxObjectFinder HTML & CSS Based Presentation Engine AxPDAPlayer Media Player /updateM Search Engine owser havior orer PDF player ion ual my collection File Explo Local Bro User Beh Download/ Taxonom Contextu informati E Browser anager ….. player Content Indexer, semantic ingestion/processing Local PDA SQLite DB files SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 15
  • Semantic flows•User Profile •Local User Profile•User behavior •Local User behavior•Use data •Local Use data + Content•Content •Content action data •DC+IDs DC ID •DC+IDs DC ID •AXInfo: ver, •AXInfo: ver, prod, prod., rights,.. rights, .... •Descriptors •Descriptors •Taxonomy •Taxonomy G p •Groups •Groups G p•Recommendation •Local Recommendation•Suggestions on the •Local Suggestions on thebasis of user behavior basis of user behavior and local content SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 16
  • ConclusionsAccessible since June 2009Several objects and mini-applications, calculators for dosages verification etc dosages, verification, etc.Intelligent Content Organizer for PDA WM5/6 Medical taxonomy allows to make navigation into content local recommendations Offline/onlineiPhone supported viaregular portal, onlyfor online SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 17
  • Content Production Automated User: backoffice: upload/propose Transcode, adapt, ..Single file content directly ADMIN, validate, send in publication User: study and design complex content, then upload Produce the complex contentwith authoring tool SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 18
  • Mobile Medicine AxObjectFinder Suggestions on the basis of user behavior 19
  • Some references Mobile Medicine: http://mobmed.axmedis.org p g Manuale: http://mobmed.axmedis.org/Mobile-Medicine-Manual.pdf Development and production tools AXMEDIS: http://www.axmedis.org Report and documentation, development tools and demos DISIT L b U i Fi Lab, Univ. Firenze, DSI: htt // DSI http://www.disit.dsi.unifi.it/ di it d i ifi it/ P. Bellini, I. Bruno, A. Fuzier, P. Nesi, M. Paolucci, “Semantic Processing and Management for MultiChannel Cross Media Social Networking”, NEM g g, conference, Saint Malo, France, September 2009. ----this paper----: P. Bellini, I. Bruno, D. Cenni, P. Nesi, M. Paolucci, "Personal Content Management on PDA for Health Care Applications" 2009 Applications", IEEE International Workshop on Semantic Computing and Multimedia Systems (IEEE-SCMS 2009), Berkeley, CA, USA - September 14-16, 2009 Congresso SIAARTI, Firenze, Agosto 2009 20
  • Personal Content Management onPDA for Health Care Applications http://mobmed.axmedis.org Pierfrancesco Bellini, Ivan Bruno, Daniele Bellini Bruno Cenni, Paolo Nesi, Michela Paolucci DISIT Lab: Sistemi Distribuiti e Tecnologie Internet Dipartimento di Sistemi e Informatica Università degli Studi di Firenze nesi@dsi.unifi.it, http://www.disit.dsi.unifi.it SCMS, Berkeley, CA, USA, Sept. 2009 21