Computational Tools to Improve Healthy and Pleasurable Eating in Young Children

Project Summary

Our project is about building a food recommendation system for Avoidant/Reactive Intake Disorder (ARFID) patients and understanding the relationship between ARFID and clinical variables. Our stakeholders include young picky eaters and their parents, as well as clinicians who work with ARFID patients. We created an interactive visualization for ARFID patients to encourage them to explore different foods and also built visualization to represent the relationship between ARFID and clinical variables.

Project Leads: Guillermo Sapiro, Nancy Zucker

Project Manager: Julia Nichols

 

Interact with the team's visualization tool here: http://foodrecbucket.s3-website-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/

 

View the team's final project presentation slides here

 

Watch the team's final presentation below:

Themes and Categories
Year
2020
Contact
Paul Bendich
Mathematics
bendich@math.duke.edu

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