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Building a Personal Memory for Situated User Support

By: Michael Schneider, Mathias Bauer, and Alexander Kröner (2005)

In Th. Prante, B. Meyers, G. Fitzpatrick, L. D. Harvel: Proceedings of ECHISE 2005 - 1st International Workshop on Exploiting Context Histories in Smart Environments (held in Conjunction with the Pervasive 2005 Conference). Munich, Germany.

Abstract: Keeping a history of the userís interaction with the environment is of use for many reasons. However, collecting, structuring, accessing, and reviewing such potentially large amounts of information is not trivial. In this paper we present our ideas for a memory model for pervasive computing applications addressing these questions. The proposed architecture allows applications to deliver ad-hoc support taking into account the userís history and general attitudes as well as providing a personal diary to review events and retrieve memories. We also include a brief discussion of a novel user interface, which allows the user to bind services to general contexts based on his previous experiences.

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BibTeX entry:

@inproceedings{SchneiderBK05,
year = {2005},
author = {{Schneider}, Michael and {Bauer}, Mathias and {Kr\"{o}ner}, Alexander},
editor = {{Prante}, Thorsten and {Meyers}, Brian and {Fitzpatrick}, Geraldine and {Harvel}, Lonnie D.},
title = {Building a Personal Memory for Situated User Support},
booktitle = {Proceedings of {ECHISE 2005} - 1st International Workshop on Exploiting Context Histories in Smart Environments (held in Conjunction with the Pervasive 2005 Conference)},
address = {Munich, Germany},
month = {May}}