Towards On- and Off-line Search, Browse and Replay of Home Activities


Nijholt, Anton (2006) Towards On- and Off-line Search, Browse and Replay of Home Activities. In: 3rd IFIP Conference on Artificial Intelligence Applications & Innovations, AIAI 2006, June 7-9, 2006, Athens, Greece (pp. pp. 385-392).

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Abstract:Ambient Intelligence research is about ubiquitous computing and about social and intelligent characteristics of computer-supported environments. These characteristics aim at providing inhabitants or visitors of these environments with support in their activities. Activities include
interactions between inhabitants and between inhabitants and (semi-)autonomous agents, including mobile robots, virtual humans and other smart objects in the environment. To provide real-time support requires understanding of behavior and activities. Clearly, being able to provide realtime support also allows us to provide off-line support, that is, intelligent offline retrieval, summarizing, browsing and even replay, possibly in a
transformed way, of stored information. Real-time remote access to these computer-supported environments also allows participation in activities and such participation as well can profit from the real-time capturing and interpretation of behavior and activities performed supported by ambient intelligence technology. In this paper we illustrate and support these observations by looking at results obtained in several European and US projects on meeting technology. In particular we look at the Augmented Multiparty Interaction (AMI) project in which we are involved.
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