Diabetes Automata For Diabetes-Related Applications: Software Engine For Blood Glucose Level Simulation
Diabetes Automata is a try of concept in the complex research-field of blood glucose simulation and prediction in experimental medical informatics, an experimental research project in software engineering combined with experimental health science. The project integrates together topics such as software system design and development, object-oriented programming, mobile application development, experimental health informatics and electronic health in general and mobile health in particular, and some part of medical biology combined with mathematics. The project is aimed to develop a prototype of a very important component for diabetes games and simulators. According to the literature review, the project is the first attempt to develop a software engine that is able to simulate blood glucose behavior and calculate blood glucose levels in people with diabetes type 1 with help of input information such as user’s biometry and information about insulin, carbohydrates and physical activity, and could be used in a wide range of software on various platforms for people with diabetes and specialists, such as diabetes-related serious games, systems and applications.
ForlagUiT Norges arktiske universitet
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
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