Prosaico: An Intelligent System for the Management of a Sports Facility
Prosaico is an intelligent system used for personalised sport advising in sports facilities. Personalised sport advising consists of advising the users of a sports facility when choosing the most appropriate type of exercise given their condition and their circumstances. To introduce personalised sport advising in publicly-funded facilities we have to face several problems, for instance, low instructor/user ratio, consistency in the recommendations between instructors and/or the attendance of users with health issues. Our solution is to improve and automate the management of information in a way which enhances the quality of the advising service. In order to do that it is necessary to develop an intelligent system for the management of the sports facility, focusing on the automation of the generation of work plans. This intelligent system is defined as a constraint-satisfaction problem.
KeywordsIntelligent System Work Plan Sport Facility Aquatic Exercise Affordable Prex
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