Title: SMART-ASD, model and ontology definition: a technology recommendation system for people with autism and/or intellectual disabilities
Authors: Javier Sevilla; J. Javier Samper; Gerardo Herrera; Marcos Fernández
Addresses: IRTIC, Universität de València, Valencia, Spain ' IRTIC, Universität de València, Valencia, Spain ' IRTIC, Universität de València, Valencia, Spain ' IRTIC, Universität de València, Valencia, Spain
Abstract: There are many studies that encourage the use of mobile device solutions to improve the skills of people with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). There are a number of apps that may be useful for people with ASD, some specifically designed for them, and others not. The main goal of the SMART-ASD project is to assist in the selection of adequate technology and all related accessories. In this project, the users' data are maintained into an ontology. This ontology also includes information about devices, apps, and protection. The system is a hybrid recommendation system that guides parents and professionals in the selection of the adequate technology. This paper presents the SMART-ASD model and its representation by reusing an ontology from related projects.
Keywords: provenance; multi-agent systems; explainable artificial intelligence.
International Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies, 2018 Vol.13 No.2, pp.166 - 178
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