A computer user


So far, the SAMS team have presented and written the following academic outputs:

  • Combining mouse and keyboard events with higher level desktop actions to detect mild cognitive impairment.
    Gledson, A., Asfiandy, D., Mellor, J., Couth, S., Zeng, X., Burns, A., Stringer, G., Keane, J., Leroi, I., Bull, C., Rayson, P., Sutcliffe, A., & Sawyer, P. (2016). In International Conference on Healthcare Informatics (ICHI '16). IEEE. [in press].
  • Combining data mining and text mining for detection of early stage dementia: the SAMS framework.
    Bull, C., Asfiandy, D., Gledson, A., Mellor, J., Couth, S., Stringer, G., Rayson, P., Sutcliffe, A., Keane, J., Zeng, X., Burns, A., Leroi, I., Ballard, C., & Sawyer, P. (2016). In LREC-2016 Workshop: RaPID-2016 [proceedings; slides]
  • From click to cognition
    Leroi, I. (2015). In Innov-age magazine, Issue 4, (pp. 12-13). [online preview]
  • From Click to Cognition: Detecting cognitive decline through daily computer use.
    Stringer, G., Sawyer, P., Sutcliffe, A., & Leroi, I. (2015). In D. Bruno (Ed.), The Preservation of Memory: Theory and Practice for Clinical and Non-Clinical Populations (pp. 93-103). Hove, UK: Psychology Press. [online preview]
  • Dementia and Social Sustainability: Challenges for Software Engineering.
    Sawyer, P., Sutcliffe, A., Rayson, P., & Bull, C. (2015). In 37th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE '15) (pp. 527-530). Florence, Italy: IEEE. DOI: 10.1109/ICSE.2015.188
  • Memory assessment software in a dementia clinic: a pilot study using improvement science.
    Leroi, I., Hendry, A. M., Critcher, S., Chavunduka, B., & Allen, T. (2015). In British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 11 (2), 65-72. DOI: 10.12968/bjnn.2015.11.2.65
  • Discovering affect-laden requirements to achieve system acceptance.
    Sutcliffe, A., Rayson, P., Bull, C., & Sawyer, P. (2014). In 22nd IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE'14). (pp. 173-182). IEEE. DOI: 10.1109/RE.2014.6912259


Swansea talk (coming soon)

Dementia Futures
To see a short video about the event, including a section about SAMS, click here .