Monica Tentori

I am an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science, CICESE, Mexico. My research interests are in human-computer interaction, ubiquitous computing and pervasive healthcare. Email me at mtentori[at]gmail[dot]com or call me at +52 (646) 175 0500 ext. 23417
This website was updated on July 2016
Posts tagged "hospitals"

Our survey paper got accepted to the JFT in HCI!

Tentori, M., Hayes, G. R. and Reddy, M. (in press) “Pervasive healthcare for preventive, hospital and chronic care”, J. of Foundations Trends in HCI

An agent-based middleware for the design of activity-aware applications

Tentori, M., Rodriguez, M. D. y Favela, J. (2011) “An agent-based middleware for the design of activity-aware applications” IEEE Intelligent Systems, ISSN 1541-1672, F.I. 1.438, 26(3):15-23

Ecological validity and pervasiveness in the evaluation of ubiquitous computing technologies for healthcare

Favela, J., Tentori, M. y Gonzalez, V. M. (2010) “Ecological validity and pervasiveness in the evaluation of ubiquitous computing technologies for healthcare”. International Journal of Human Computer Interaction (IJHCI), 26(5):414-44pp. ISSN: 1532-7590 (electronic) 1044-7318 (paper)

Adaptive awareness of hospital patient information through multiple sentient displays

Favela, J., Tentori, M., Segura, D. y Berzunza, G. (2009) “Adaptive awareness of hospital patient information through multiple sentient displays”. International Journal of Ambient Computing and Intelligence, 1(1):27-38pp. ISSN 1941-8647

Collaboration and coordination in hospital work through Activity-aware Computing

Tentori, M. y Favela, J. (2008) “Collaboration and coordination in hospital work through Activity-aware Computing”. International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems (IJCIS), 17(4):1-30pp. ISSN 0218-8430, F.I. 1.371

Activity-aware computing in healthcare

Tentori, M. y Favela, J. (2008) “Activity-aware computing in healthcare’ IEEE Pervasive Computing”, 7(2):51-57pp., ISSN 1536-1268, F.I. 2.293

Activity recognition for the Smart Hospital

Sanchez, D., Favela, J. y Tentori, M. (2008) “Activity recognition for the Smart Hospital” IEEE Intelligent Systems, 23(2):50-57pp. ISSN 1541-1672, F.I. 1.905

On the Move Collaborative Environments: Augmenting Face to Face Informal Collaboration in Hospitals

Mejia, M., Moran, L., Favela, J. y Tentori, M. (2007) “On the Move Collaborative Environments: Augmenting Face to Face Informal Collaboration in Hospitals”. e-Service Journal (eSJ), 6(1):98-124pp, ISSN 1528-8226

Activity Recognition for Context-Aware Hospital Applications: Issues and Opportunities for the Deployment of Pervasive Networks

Favela, J., Tentori, M., Castro, L.A., Gonzalez, V.M., Moran, E.B. y Martínez-García, A.I. (2007) “Activity Recognition for Context-Aware Hospital Applications: Issues and Opportunities for the Deployment of Pervasive Networks”. Mobile Networks and Applications, 12(2-3):155-171 pp., ISSN 1383-469X, F.I. 0.659 

Mobility in Hospital Work: Towards a Pervasive Computing Hospital Environment

Moran, E. B., Tentori, M., Gonzalez, V., Favela, J., y Martinez-Garcia, A.I. (2007) “Mobility in Hospital Work: Towards a Pervasive Computing Hospital Environment”. International Journal of Electronic Healthcare, 3(1): 72-89 pp., ISSN 1741-8453

Privacy-aware Autonomous Agents for Pervasive Healthcare

Tentori, M., Favela, J. and Rodriguez, M.D. (2006) “Privacy-aware Autonomous Agents for Pervasive Healthcare”, IEEE Intelligent Systems, 21(6):55-62 pp., ISSN 1541-1672, F.I. 1.43

Quality of Privacy (QoP) for the Design of Ubiquitous Healthcare Applications

Tentori, M., Favela, J. and Gonzalez, V. M. (2006) “Quality of Privacy (QoP) for the Design of Ubiquitous Healthcare Applications”. Journal of Universal Computer Science, 12 (3):252-269 pp., ISSN 0948-695X, F.I. 0.315
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