Social Intelligence as the Means for achieving Emergent Interactive Behaviour in Ubiquitous Environments

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Lecture Notes


In Jacko , J.,(Ed.) Human- Computer Interaction, Part II, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg , Volume LNCS 4551, p.1018–1029 (2007)




This work introduces a framework for modelling the main actors (human, artefacts and services) in a symbiotic Ambient Intelligence environment. It, also, proposes an architectural scheme that associates the social behaviour, which is not an inherent characteristic of the participants, during interaction with the functional behaviour of the participants of a Ubiquitous Computing application. The overall approach is demonstrated by a specific example of application which illustrates its concepts through a more technical point of view.
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