BDI Personal Medical Assistant Agents: The Case of Trauma Tracking and Alerting


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Angelo Croatti, Sara Montagna, Alessandro Ricci, Emiliano Gamberini, Vittorio Albarello, Vanni Agnoletti

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 96, pp. 187 –197
maggio 2019

Personal assistant agents can have an important role in healthcare as a smart technology to support physicians in their daily work, helping to tackle the increasing complexity of their task environment. In this paper we present and discuss a personal medical assistant agent technology for trauma documentation and management, based on the Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) architecture. The purpose of the personal assistant agent is twofold: to assist the Trauma Team in doing precision tracking during a trauma resuscitation, so as to (automatically) produce an accurate documentation of the trauma, and to generate alerts at real-time, to be eventually displayed either on smart-glasses or room-display.

Pubblicazione

— autori/autrici

Angelo Croatti, Sara Montagna, Alessandro Ricci, Emiliano Gamberini, Vittorio Albarello, Vanni Agnoletti

— stato

pubblicato

— tipo

articolo su rivista

— data di pubblicazione

maggio 2019

— rivista

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

— volume

96

— pagine

187 –197

— numero di pagine

11

URL

pagina originale

identificatori

— DOI

10.1016/j.artmed.2018.12.002

— DBLP

journals/artmed/CroattiMRGAA19

— IRIS

11585/656127

— PubMed

30579672

— Scopus

2-s2.0-85058662276

— Semantic Scholar

58567208

— WoS / ISI

000472704800018

— print ISSN

0933-3657

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