Group Profile Creation in Ubiquitous Healthcare Environment Applying the Analytic Hierarchy Process
Nowadays, the personalization in ubiquitous healthcare is of utmost importance for enabling the provision of services tailored to the patient’s needs and interests. The personalization of the ubiquitous healthcare services is based on the profiles of the entities participating in these services. Such an application is the dynamic creation of the group of the entities that is formed to deliver the healthcare service to the patient. In this paper, we propose an approach for achieving creation of group profiles in a ubiquitous healthcare environment applying the Analytic Hierarchy Process.
Keywordsubiquitous healthcare group profile management analytic hierarchy process
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