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Providing affective information to family and friends based on social networks

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Providing affective information to family and friends based on social networks
We are developing a computer system which provides information about babies in neonatal intensive care to family members and friends. A key challenge is deciding what information should be given to each individual; we believe this can be based on social networks of the parents. If successful, this technique could also be used in other contexts where a diverse set of family and friends would like information about a patient. Keywords Social networks, user model, tailored patient information, medical informatics, neonatal intensive care, natural language generation. ACM Classification Keywords H5.2. Information interfaces and presentation (e.g. HCI), User Interfaces: Theory and methods, Natural language, User-centered design.
Wendy Moncur
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where CHI
Authors Wendy Moncur
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