Integrated Human Behavior Modeling

Authors Michael Berger, Dagmar Beyer, Stephan Prueckner

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Michael Berger
Dagmar Beyer
Stephan Prueckner

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Michael Berger, Dagmar Beyer, and Stephan Prueckner. Integrated Human Behavior Modeling. In Assisted Living Systems - Models, Architectures and Engineering Approaches. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 7462, pp. 1-3, Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2008)


In order to prevent emergencies or critical situations where humans are the origin, a timely provision of information thus obtained for the coordinating services and the on-site staff (e.g., emergency dispatch centers, emergency physicians, police) is necessary. The detection of critical situations and the early alarming, e.g., in case of deterioration of the person’s health status or a critical incident in a public space like a stadium, could prevent acute emergency cases and the resulting negative impact on individual persons and the environment. To analyze the current situation, the human behavior must be understood, analyzed and modeled on the basis of, e.g., monitored activities, user mobility, and selected biological parameters. Only an integrated and comprehensive human behavior model can be the basis for the prevention of emergency cases.
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