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Adaptive medical information delivery combining user, task and situation models

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Adaptive medical information delivery combining user, task and situation models
Medical information delivery for users with different levels of expertise will be required for the manned mission to Mars due to limited potential for communication with Earth. The Mars Medical Assistant (MMA) uses a combination of user, situation, and task models to create virtual hypertext structures by piecing together medical “information components.” Information components are chosen based on the semantic content and the cognitive characteristics of the component’s media type. The medical assistant currently supports three tasks: 1) describing medical procedures, 2) aiding diagnosis, and 3) providing information on health concerns. Conflicting suggestions from the three models need to be resolved. Tradeoffs in the model representations and conflict resolution strategies are being explored in the context of MMA. Keywords Medical information systems, adaptive hypertext, user models, task models, situation models, conflict resolution INTRODUCTlON Medical lnformatics has largel...
Luis Francisco-Revilla, Frank M. Shipman III
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where IUI
Authors Luis Francisco-Revilla, Frank M. Shipman III
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