Using Colocation to Support Human Memory

  • Dunne L
  • Lustig C
  • Novatchkov H
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The progress of health care in the western world has been marked by an increase in life expectancy. Advances in life expectancy have meant that more people are living with acute health problems, many of which are related to impairment of memory. This paper describes a pair of scenarios that use RFID to assist people who may suffer from memory defects to extend their capability for independent living. We present our implementation of an RFID glove, describe its operation, and show how it enables the application scenario

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  • RFID
  • RFID glove
  • memory defects

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  • L.E. Dunne

  • Caitlin Lustig

  • Hristo Novatchkov

  • M. Mchugh

  • L. Coyle

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