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研究生:包美妲
研究生(外文):Wahyu Pramita
論文名稱:以本體論為基礎支援復原管理情境感知資訊系統之研究
論文名稱(外文):An Ontology Based Information System Framework for Context Aware to Support Recovery Management in Ubiquitous Healthcare
指導教授:周碩彥周碩彥引用關係
指導教授(外文):Shuo-Yan Chou
口試委員:周碩彥
口試日期:2012-07-04
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺灣科技大學
系所名稱:工業管理系
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:其他商業及管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2012
畢業學年度:100
語文別:英文
論文頁數:57
中文關鍵詞:本體論情境感知跨國醫療無國界健康照護
外文關鍵詞:Ontologycontext awarenessmedical tourismubiquitous healthcare
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醫院提供的醫療服務並不足以維護病患的健康狀況,病患離院後的恢復期間必須要有醫療程序的充份支援。特別是跨國的醫療案件,當病患返國後的現地監控,必須要透過持續性的作為才能確保讓病患避免受到複雜的衍生影響,因而減損生命或再度入院治療。本研究以本體論為基礎的情境模式描繪出一個資訊系統架構,用來支持無國界健康照護下的復原管理。本研究所稱的復原管理是指跨國醫療案件的離院後醫療程序;這個程序包括健康狀況監控,以及病患與實體環境重大異常跡象的預警管理;這個程序也會針對預警的程度和病患的限制因素,採取不同的預防行動,同時對病患提出改變生活的方式的相關建議。本研究所提出的模式中,採用不同的態樣來表示病患的健康狀況和照護網絡,因此,所提出的模式具有個人化的彈性,可以依據不同的情境,對無國界健康照護復原管理中的病患,提供且完整的資訊與照護網絡
Medical treatments given to the patient in hospital is insufficient to maintain the patient health condition. Post procedure treatments are also needed to empower patient during recovery periods. Especially in medical tourism, monitoring patient in destination country or home country is indispensable and should be performed continuously to avoid complication, side effect, and decrease of health that can be threat for patient’s life or re-hospitalized. The contribution of this study is describes an ontology based context model for information system framework to support recovery management in ubiquitous healthcare. This study also taking into account the outdoor environment and two clinical side, which are clinic in destination country and clinic in home country. Post procedures in medical tourism, called as recovery management in this study, covers monitoring health condition, alarm management regarding to abnormal vital signs of patient and physical environment, preventive action related to patient’s restriction, and suggestion to change life style. Any context regarding patient health condition and care network are represented by ontology. The result of this study is information system framework based ontology context aware for support recovery management. The personalization and flexible context aware system for recovery management in ubiquitous healthcare is presented with scenario which can deliver relevant information to patient and care network
ABSTRACT iv
TABLE OF CONTENTS v
FIGURE LIST vii
TABLE LIST viii
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 10
1.1 Background 10
1.2 Objective 12
1.3 Methodology 12
1.4 Organization of Thesis 13
CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 14
2.1 Ubiquitous Healthcare 14
2.2 Medical Tourism 15
2.3 Context Aware Computing 17
2.4 Semantic Ontology 18
2.5 Context Reasoning 19
CHAPTER 3 DESIGN OF ONTOLOGY BASED CONTEXT MODEL 22
3.1 Problem and Assumptions 22
3.2 System Architecture 24
3.2.1 Body Sensor Network and Mobile Devices 26
3.2.2 Environmental Sensor and Environmental Information 28
3.2.3 Technology over System Architecture 29
3.3 Design of Ontology Based Context for Recovery Management 32
3.3.1 Ontology Based Context Model 34
3.3.2 Context Reasoning 43
CHAPTER 4 APPLICATION SCENARIO 45
4.1 Scenario 1 – Preventive Action 45
4.2 Scenario 2 – Suggestion of Change Life Style 48
CHAPTER 5 CONCLUSION AND FUTURE RESEARCH 53
5.1 Conclusion 53
5.2 Future Research 54
Reference 55
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