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CBMS 2011 - the 24th International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems
 
June 27th - 30th, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

Accepted Posters

The following papers, listed by track, have been accepted for poster presentation.

Computational Proteomics and Genomics
87 Jiri Belohradsky, David Monge, Filip Zelezny, Matej Holec and Carlos García Garino.
Template-Based Semi-Automatic Workflow Construction For Gene Expression Data Mining
143 Pietro Hiram Guzzi and Mario Cannataro.
Challenges in Microarray data management and analysis
Knowledge Discovery and Decision Systems in Biomedicine
28 Daniel Höhle, Carla R.C. Pieterman, Gerlof D. Valk, A.R. Hermus, Hans P.F. Koppeschaar, John-Jules Ch. Meyer and Robert P.J. De Lange.
Classifying the decision to perform surgery in MEN1 cancer patients using decision trees
42 Livija Jakaite.
Feature Extraction from Electroencephalograms for Bayesian Assessment of Newborn Brain Maturity
108 Cloves Langendorf Barcellos Junior, Aldo Von Wangenheim and Rafael Andrade.
A Reliable Approach for Applying DICOM Structured Reporting in a Large-scale Telemedicine Network
148 Claudio Marrocco, Mario Molinara, Francesco Tortorella, Pierluigi Rinaldi, Lorenzo Bonomo, Alfredo Ferrarotti, Cesare Aragno and Salvatore Schiano Lo Moriello.
A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Design and Development of a CAD System for the Detection of Clustered Microcalcifications
13 Maria Gerontini, Michalis Vazirgiannis, Alkiviadis C. Vatopoulos and Michalis Polemis.
Predictions in Antibiotics Resistance and nosocomial infections monitoring
Technology Enhanced Learning in Medical Education
135 Peter Kokol and Gregor Stiglic.
PRIMER ICT: a new blended learning paradigm for teaching ICT skills to older people
146 Radovan Stojanovic and Dejan Karadaglic.
An economical and feasible teaching tool for biomedical education
151 Iraklis Paraskakis and Thanos Hatziapostolou.
Supporting Emergent Learning through Social Recommendations
Intelligent Patient Management
48 Muhammad Islam, Thierry Chaussalet, Nazmiye Ozkan, Salma Chahed, Eren Demir and Christophe Sarran.
Impact of Temperature Disparity on Hazard Rate of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease re-hospitalisations and Potential Changes in Patients Flow
75 Joseph Finkelstein and Jeffrey Wood.
Introducing Home Telemanagement of Congestive Heart Failure Using Xbox Gaming Platform
82 Ali Hamou, Jesse O'Brien, Stacey Guy and Femida Gwadry-Sridhar.
InfoFrame – An Intelligent Informatics Data Collection Framework
Supporting Collaboration in Healthcare
70 Ruairi O'Reilly, John Morrison and Philip Healy.
Interactive Annotations to Support Collaborative Analysis of Streaming Physiological Data
72 Ero Karlsen, Line Melby and Lill Kristiansen.
Spatial, Organizational, and Social Dimensions in Intra-Hospital communication
142 Clare Harney, Paul Fahey, Sajeesh Kesavan, Alana Mcmahon, Louise Mcquaid and Bridget Kane.
Human Computer Interaction issues in eliciting user requirements for an Electronic Patient Record with multiple users
Biomedical Image Processing and Informatics
84 Payel Ghosh, Sameer Antani, Rodney Long and George Thoma.
Review of Medical Image Retrieval Systems and Future Directions
92 Pedro H. Bugatti, Agma J. M. Traina and Caetano Traina Jr.
Improving Content-Based Retrieval of Medical Images through Dynamic Distance on Relevance Feedback
34 Adrien Marion, Germain Forestier, Hugues Benoit-Cattin, Sorina Camarasu-Pop, Patrick Clarysse, Rafael Ferreira Da Silva, Bernard Gibaud, Tristan Glatard, Patrick Hugonnard, Carole Lartizien, Hervé Liebgott, Svenja Specovius, Joachim Tabary, Sébastien Valette and Denis Friboulet.
Multi-modality medical image simulation of biological models with the Virtual Imaging Platform (VIP)
64 Francisco José Fumero Batista, Silvia Alayón Miranda, José Francisco Sigut Saavedra, José Luis Sánchez De La Rosa and Marta González-Hernández.
RIM-ONE: An Open Retinal Image Database for Optic Nerve Evaluation
Medical Robotics
147 Antonia Tzemanaki, Sanja Dogramadzi and Daniel Raabe.
Development of a novel Robotic System for Hand Rehabilitation
Assistive Technologies
127 Praminda Caleb-Solly, John Paul Vargheese and Alison Flind.
Gaining deeper insights into people’s lives – the scope of cultural probes in requirements gathering for assistive technology
10 Clauirton Siebra.
An Embedded Mobile Deductive System for Low Cost Health Monitoring Support
Ontologies, Terminologies and Language Processing
79 Kyle Chard, Michael Russell, Yves Lussier, Eneida Mendonça and Jonathan Silverstein.
Scalability and Cost of a Cloud-based Approach to Medical NLP
22 John J Chelsom, Ron Summers, Ira Pande and Ian Gaywood.
Ontology-driven Development of a Clinical Research Information System
60 Germain Forestier, Adrien Marion, Hugues Benoit-Cattin, Patrick Clarysse, Denis Friboulet, Tristan Glatard, Patrick Hugonnard, Carole Lartizien, Hervé Liebgott, Joachim Tabary and Bernard Gibaud.
Sharing object models for multi-modality medical image simulation: a semantic approach
Guidelines and Healthcare (Main Track)
74 Mark Olive, Alison Lashwood and Tony Solomonides.
A retrospective study of paediatric health and development following pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and screening
30 Sabina Redzanovic, Panagiotis Chountas and Thierry Chaussalet.
Data Warehousing based Architecture for the Analysis of the NHS Primary Care Prescribing
81 Bhaskar Rudroju, Michael Schukat and Peter Kidd.
Right dose, right care, every time: A distributed system for quality use of drugs
Organization of Healthcare (Main Track)
62 Athanasia Panousopoulou, Leo Galway, Chris Nugent and Guido Parente.
SensorMed: A Lightweight Software Library for Pervasive Healthcare Systems
11 Hsieh-Hua Yang, Yi-Horng Lai, Fen Fen Huang and Chien-Chang Yang.
Interorganizational Structures of Taiwan’s Hospitals
46 Ana Ferreira, Luis Antunes, Marta Brito and Ricardo Correia.
Usable Access Control Policy and Model for Healthcare
121 Ann Seror.
Virtual Health Care Infrastructures: Markets and Hierarchies
Streams, Signals and Visualization (Main Track)
14 Yeongjoon Gil, Gang Li, Haifeng Chen and Jungtae Lee.
A Wireless EEG Monitor System based on BSN node

Event Sponsors

IEEE   The British Computer Society (BCS), Bristol Branch   Association for Computing Machinery   University of the West of England, Bristol