Challenges for Virtual Humans in Human Computing


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Reidsma, Dennis and Ruttkay, Zsófia and Nijholt, Anton (2007) Challenges for Virtual Humans in Human Computing. In: AI for Human Computing. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (4451). Springer Verlag, Berlin, pp. 316-338. ISBN 9783540723462

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Abstract:The vision of Ambient Intelligence (AmI) presumes a plethora of embedded services and devices that all endeavor to support humans in their daily activities as unobtrusively as possible. Hardware gets distributed throughout the environment, occupying even the fabric of our clothing. The environment is equipped with a diversity of sensors, the information of which can be accessed from all over the AmI network. Individual services are distributed over hardware, share sensors with other services and are generally detached from the traditional single access-point computer (see also the paper of Pantic et al in this volume [51]).
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-72348-6_16
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