Abstract—The study is a mobile health (M-Health) expert
system embedded on Android OS phones as an assistance tool
that can support people experiencing physical injuries. It
utilizes the Rete Algorithm which is present on most expert
systems. The system covers physical injuries which commonly
experienced by athletes and students enrolled in human
kinetics. Physical injuries are categorized into head, upper
body and lower body parts. From these parts, they are defined
by type such as: skin injury, bone injury, muscle injury and
The researchers used descriptive method in the study. After the system was developed, it was evaluated by the two groups of respondents: a) experts and b) students based on the four (4) parameters such as user-friendliness, functionality, usability and appropriateness of advice. According to the data gathered, analyzed and computed, the proponents found out that there is no significant difference between the evaluation made by the students and by the experts on the developed mobile health application. Both groups of respondents recommend the implementation of CERES.
Index Terms—Android OS phone, expert system, mobile health (M-Health), rete algorithm.
C. Arellano, A. E. Fernando, W. Moreno, M. J. Paulino, and B. E. Comendador are with the College of Computer and Information Sciences, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Sta. Mesa, Philippines (e-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com).
Cite: Christopher R. Arellano, Aaron Erice N. Fernando, Willmel T. Moreno, Matthew Johnry L. Paulino, and Benilda Eleonor V. Comendador, "CERES: Conjuring Emergency Relieving Expert System Using M-Health Technology and Rete Algorithm," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 491-494, 2014.