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Integrating the Single Assessment Process into a lifestyle-monitoring system. / Amaral, Telmo; Hine, Nick; Arnott, John; Curry, Richard; Barlow, James.

From Smart Homes to Smart Care: ICOST 2005, 3rd International Conference on Smart Homes and Health Telematics. ed. / Sylvain Giroux; Helene Pigot. Amsterdam : IOS Press, 2005. p. 42-49 (Assistive technology research series; Vol. 15).

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Harvard

Amaral, T, Hine, N, Arnott, J, Curry, R & Barlow, J 2005, 'Integrating the Single Assessment Process into a lifestyle-monitoring system'. in S Giroux & H Pigot (eds), From Smart Homes to Smart Care: ICOST 2005, 3rd International Conference on Smart Homes and Health Telematics. Assistive technology research series, vol. 15, IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp. 42-49, 3rd International Conference on Smart Homes and Health Telematics, 4-6 July.

APA

Amaral, T., Hine, N., Arnott, J., Curry, R., & Barlow, J. (2005). Integrating the Single Assessment Process into a lifestyle-monitoring system. In S. Giroux, & H. Pigot (Eds.), From Smart Homes to Smart Care: ICOST 2005, 3rd International Conference on Smart Homes and Health Telematics. (pp. 42-49). (Assistive technology research series; Vol. 15). Amsterdam: IOS Press.

Vancouver

Amaral T, Hine N, Arnott J, Curry R, Barlow J. Integrating the Single Assessment Process into a lifestyle-monitoring system. In Giroux S, Pigot H, editors, From Smart Homes to Smart Care: ICOST 2005, 3rd International Conference on Smart Homes and Health Telematics. Amsterdam: IOS Press. 2005. p. 42-49. (Assistive technology research series).

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Amaral, Telmo; Hine, Nick; Arnott, John; Curry, Richard; Barlow, James / Integrating the Single Assessment Process into a lifestyle-monitoring system.

From Smart Homes to Smart Care: ICOST 2005, 3rd International Conference on Smart Homes and Health Telematics. ed. / Sylvain Giroux; Helene Pigot. Amsterdam : IOS Press, 2005. p. 42-49 (Assistive technology research series; Vol. 15).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

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