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Basic Technology Research on Sensing and Computational Theory of Everyday Life Behavior for Injury Prevention

Research Project Outline

This research establishes the bases of the technology for observing not only a present state but also a one-step-ahead state of individuals by integrating a ubiquitous and IT-based sensing technology for human behavior, a processing technology of large scale and complex human behavior data, and an adaptive computational theory for the human behavior. This research contributes to establishing a basic technology on sensing and computational theory of everyday life behavior for injury prevention by applying the above observing and predicting technology to the field of injury prevention for children and elderly people in an applicative work-frame. This research wants to present a methodology for sustainably developing "a System of Everyday Life Knowledge."

Research Director
Team Leader, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
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Advanced Integrated Sensing Technologies
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