Stephen Czarnuch
Stephen Czarnuch
Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering/Emergency Medicine, Memorial University
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The design of intelligent in-home assistive tech-nologies: Assessing the needs of older adults with dementia and their caregivers
Gerontechnology 10 (3), 169-182, 2011
Affectively aligned cognitive assistance using Bayesian affect control theory
L Lin, S Czarnuch, A Malhotra, L Yu, T Schröder, J Hoey
International Workshop on Ambient Assisted Living, 279-287, 2014
A real-world deployment of the COACH prompting system
S Czarnuch, S Cohen, V Parameswaran, A Mihailidis
Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments 5 (5), 463-478, 2013
Predicting the role of assistive technologies in the lives of people with dementia using objective care recipient factors
S Czarnuch, R Ricciardelli, A Mihailidis
BMC geriatrics 16 (1), 143, 2016
Mental health training, attitudes toward support, and screening positive for mental disorders
RN Carleton, TO Afifi, S Turner, T Taillieu, AD Vaughan, GS Anderson, ...
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy 49 (1), 55-73, 2020
Relational approach to knowledge engineering for POMDP-based assistance systems as a translation of a psychological model
M Grześ, J Hoey, SS Khan, A Mihailidis, S Czarnuch, D Jackson, A Monk
International Journal of Approximate Reasoning 55 (1), 36-58, 2014
Development and evaluation of a hand tracker using depth images captured from an overhead perspective
S Czarnuch, A Mihailidis
Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 11 (2), 150-157, 2016
Ambient Assisted Living Technology to Support Older Adults with Dementia with Activities of Daily Living: Key Concepts and the State of the Art.
A Mihailidis, J Boger, S Czarnuch, T Jiancaro, J Hoey
Handbook of ambient assisted living, 304-330, 2012
Behind the Frontlines: Exploring the Mental Health and Help-seeking Behaviours of Public Safety Personnel Who Work to Support Traditional Frontline Operations
R Ricciardelli, D Groll, S Czarnuch, RN Carleton, H Cramm
The Annual Review of Interdisciplinary Justice Research Volume 8, 2019, 315, 2019
Automated gait analysis in people with multiple sclerosis using two unreferenced depth imaging sensors: Preliminary steps
S Czarnuch, M Ploughman
Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Image and Vision …, 2014
O3‐08‐06: The COACH: A real‐world efficacy study
S Czarnuch, A Mihailidis
Alzheimer's & Dementia 8 (4S_Part_12), P446-P446, 2012
Relational approach to knowledge engineering for pomdp-based assistance systems with encoding of a psychological model
M Grzes, J Hoey, S Khan, A Mihailidis, S Czarnuch, D Jackson, A Monk
KEPS 2011, 77, 2011
System development guidelines from a review of motion-based technology for people with dementia or MCI
AJ Astell, S Czarnuch, E Dove
Frontiers in psychiatry 9, 189, 2018
Performance evaluation of 3D keypoints and descriptors
Z Chen, S Czarnuch, A Smith, M Shehata
International Symposium on Visual Computing, 410-420, 2016
Toward inexpensive, autonomous, and unobtrusive exercise therapy support for persons with MS
SM Czarnuch, M Ploughman
ACTRIMS Forum 2016, 2016
Developing advanced assistive technologies for older adults with dementia: Lessons learned
RH Wang, P Viswanathan, S Czarnuch, J Boger, G Nejat, A Mihailidis
Proceedings of Rehabilitation Engineering Society of North America (RESNA …, 2013
Public Safety Personnel’s interpretations of potentially traumatic events
R Ricciardelli, S Czarnuch, TO Afifi, T Taillieu, RN Carleton
Occupational medicine 70 (3), 155-161, 2020
Human part segmentation in depth images with annotated part positions
A Hynes, S Czarnuch
Sensors 18 (6), 1900, 2018
Combinatorial optimization for human body tracking
A Hynes, S Czarnuch
International Symposium on Visual Computing, 524-533, 2016
Depth image hand tracking from an overhead perspective using partially labeled, unbalanced data: Development and real-world testing
S Czarnuch, A Mihailidis
arXiv preprint arXiv:1409.2050, 2014
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