Karine Lan Hing Ting

Karine Lan Hing Ting
Université de Technologie de Troyes | UTT · Département d'Homme, Environnement, Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication (HETIC)

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This chapter presents the pilot assessment which was carried out in real‐life situations between May and July 2019, as part of a framework partnership agreement between the institutions that some of the authors are stationed at. The comprehensive geriatric assessment differs from the standard medical assessment in three ways: it focuses on older pe...
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The introduction of robots in the real world requires previous evaluation of the envisaged performance. Factors like usability, user experience, social acceptance, or societal impact, among others, have been taken into account in evaluation frameworks defined during the last years. However, one of the most important factors that need to be evaluate...
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Comprehensive geriatric assessment (CGA) is a multidimensional and multidisciplinary diagnostic instrument that helps provide personalized care to older adults by evaluating their state of health. This evaluation is based on extensive data collection in order to develop a coordinated plan to maximize overall health with aging. In the social and eco...
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Dans un contexte de vieillissement de la population, l'évaluation et le suivi des patients âgés participent aux objectifs de prévention gériatrique, à savoir l'allongement de la durée de vie sans incapacité et la préservation de l'autonomie. L'évaluation gériatrique standardisée (EGS) est un instrument de diagnostic multidimensionnel et pluridiscip...
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Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) technologies can play an important role in helping elderly people achieve healthy ageing and maintain their autonomy. The balance quality tester (BQT) is a device for remote assessment of balance quality for older people at risk of falling. It has been validated both from a technical and a clinical perspective. However...
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2019): Population-based responsibility: a participatory approach to care networks efficiency. Abstract. In order to improve coordination in the care pathway, an experimental project called "population-based responsibility" is being run in 5 regions in France. The project has a triple objective: better health for the population, better patient exper...
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Assessing human bodies’ postures and positions enables to design new interaction techniques, to understand users’ performances and to evaluate ergonomics of devices. In addition to the applications for improving Human-Computer Interaction, human movement analysis is at the heart of other types of usages including sports, rehabilitation, gesture rec...
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As a Participatory Action Research project stands at the crossroad between scientific investigation, design, and social change, we argue that to answer when and whatthis kind of project can be considered “successful” we have to reflexively analyze a Participatory Design action as a never ending process. The hypothesis discussed in this paper is, th...
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Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment (CGA) is an integrated clinical process to evaluate the frailty of elderly persons in order to create therapy plans that improve their quality of life. For robotizing these tests, we are designing and developing CLARC, a mobile robot able to help the physician to capture and manage data during the CGA procedures,...
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This article describes the participatory design (PD) approach adopted in systematically involving visually impaired people in the design of an art exhibition adapted to their needs. This exhibition will be the outcome of a publicly-funded research project aimed at making visual art accessible to everyone: specifically (but not exclusively) to visua...
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In-air gestural interfaces are gaining popularity due to the increasing availability and low cost of gesture recognition hardware. However, the current literature mainly focuses either on the young adult user group or, when focusing on older people, most studies limit the focus to physical activity or gaming contexts. The suitability of in-air gest...
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This paper describes the approach adopted and the insights produced as part of the evaluation process of a multimodal social application dedicated to elderly people. The aim of the platform is to facilitate and enhance social interaction of people aged 60+, allowing them to keep in touch in a useful and easy-to-use way. As these kind of social-orie...
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In this paper, we show that contrary to other AAL assistive technologies, which are somehow mandatory for an autonomous living at home, the use of social interaction services is not a necessity by itself, even if it contributes to a better quality of life. For this reason, the integration of the future end-users into the design process is all the m...
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In the hustle and bustle of urban life, stillness is peculiar. A beggar crouching on the pavement, a commuter asleep on a train, a couple sitting on a bench in a park: they are – involuntarily, exhaustedly, happily – taking “time out”. To practise stillness, people often set themselves apart spatially, making others eddy around them, especially in...
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Call center work cannot be reducible to talking on the phone. Parallel to their talk, call center agents manage computer / screen activity and collaboration with co-workers present on the floor. The situated work activity that is achieved is an art-ful management of several forms of interaction occurring simultaneously. Among these parallel activit...
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The authors examine the multimodal coordination in a radio studio between radio host and technician during transitions, and analyze the embodied interaction and action that take place during a live radio broadcast : speech, gestures, and technological environment.
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Le « bruit » comme ressource pour la coopération et la coordination entre téléopérateurs dans les centres d'appels Résumé En adoptant l'approche des Workplace Studies et en combinant une ethnographie par prise de notes sur le vif avec une ethnographie basée sur des enregistrements audiovisuels dans deux centres d'appels, cet article aborde les « br...
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Call centres tend to be noisy working environments, as studies in ergonomics and occupational medicine have shown. Noise in call centres can take various forms: ambient background noise – caused mainly by a large number of co-present call centre agents speaking on the phone and typing on their keyboards, high volume in the headset and instructions...
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In the context of understanding the particular use made of nomad Internet and mobile computing in its interactional dimension, this article examines the detail of a first-time connection to the university's Wi-Fi network. Through video ethnography, we analyse the collaborative talk as work between two participants in a public place and finely exami...

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Understanding key factors in developping a PHM model in France. Testing an innovative model in five regions with the aim of generalyzing the approach. Developping applied tools that can be used by managers and clinicians in developping and implementing a PHM approach.
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This workshop series aim at providing a platform for researchers and designers to discuss the challenges related to the processing (e.g., data collection, treatment, interpretation, recognition) of human movement (e.g., motor skills, amplitude of movements, limitations).