Developing a control model of infant climbing behavior for injury prevention

Koji Nomori, Yoshifumi Nishida, Yoichi Motomura, Tatsuhiro Yamanaka, Akinori Komatsubara

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    Abstract

    In this study, an infant behavior control model is developed to prevent infant injuries by changing environmental factors. Infant climbing behaviors that can lead to fall injuries are the primary focus of the control model. Based on observed behavioral data, the probabilistic causal relationships between object attributes, infant characteristics, and climbing behaviors were modeled as a Bayesian Network Model. It was demonstrated that infant climbing behaviors could be predicted by the object attributes and controlled by changing object designs. It was also shown that infant injuries could be controlled by integrating both the developed behavior control model and the explanatory model of injuries that was constructed from infant injury data.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationICTKE 2009 - Proceedings 2009 7th International Conference on ICT and Knowledge Engineering
    Pages50-56
    Number of pages7
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2009
    Event2009 7th International Conference on ICT and Knowledge Engineering, ICTKE 2009 - Bangkok
    Duration: 2009 Dec 12009 Dec 2

    Other

    Other2009 7th International Conference on ICT and Knowledge Engineering, ICTKE 2009
    CityBangkok
    Period09/12/109/12/2

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    Bayesian networks

    Keywords

    • Bayesian network
    • Climbing behavior
    • Control model
    • Environmental modification
    • Infant behavior
    • Injury prevention

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Computer Science(all)

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    Nomori, K., Nishida, Y., Motomura, Y., Yamanaka, T., & Komatsubara, A. (2009). Developing a control model of infant climbing behavior for injury prevention. In ICTKE 2009 - Proceedings 2009 7th International Conference on ICT and Knowledge Engineering (pp. 50-56). [5397337] https://doi.org/10.1109/ICTKE.2009.5397337

    Developing a control model of infant climbing behavior for injury prevention. / Nomori, Koji; Nishida, Yoshifumi; Motomura, Yoichi; Yamanaka, Tatsuhiro; Komatsubara, Akinori.

    ICTKE 2009 - Proceedings 2009 7th International Conference on ICT and Knowledge Engineering. 2009. p. 50-56 5397337.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Nomori, K, Nishida, Y, Motomura, Y, Yamanaka, T & Komatsubara, A 2009, Developing a control model of infant climbing behavior for injury prevention. in ICTKE 2009 - Proceedings 2009 7th International Conference on ICT and Knowledge Engineering., 5397337, pp. 50-56, 2009 7th International Conference on ICT and Knowledge Engineering, ICTKE 2009, Bangkok, 09/12/1. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICTKE.2009.5397337
    Nomori K, Nishida Y, Motomura Y, Yamanaka T, Komatsubara A. Developing a control model of infant climbing behavior for injury prevention. In ICTKE 2009 - Proceedings 2009 7th International Conference on ICT and Knowledge Engineering. 2009. p. 50-56. 5397337 https://doi.org/10.1109/ICTKE.2009.5397337
    Nomori, Koji ; Nishida, Yoshifumi ; Motomura, Yoichi ; Yamanaka, Tatsuhiro ; Komatsubara, Akinori. / Developing a control model of infant climbing behavior for injury prevention. ICTKE 2009 - Proceedings 2009 7th International Conference on ICT and Knowledge Engineering. 2009. pp. 50-56
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