Our contributions will be:
- Usage-scenarios and requirements for this kind of
pervasive multi-user, multi-session, multi-task computing
in the hospital ward.
- Models and theory for computer-mediated group
interaction and communication in fragmente d,
information-intensive, work processes.
- Prototypes demonstrating: situation- and guideline-
aware mobile interfaces, view-persistence across
sessions and devices, and context- and role-driven
Our main results will be:
1. Product prototypes and specifications in the open domain
2. New methodology and design theory for pervasive systems design
3. Intellectual properties
4. 1 PhD thesis
5. At least 15 internationally refereed and
archived papers, of which 5 in primar y international journals.
6. 15 MSc theses
7. Workshops, seminars and sector-oriented courses,
further education, newsletter and web-repository.
The effects will be to
- Introduce a new paradigm for computer-supported
real-time multi-cooperation in the hospital ward
and similar complex situations
- Increase user and sector competence
- Increase industry and research competitiveness
within clinical information systems