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KiMMI SF

Adaptive software framework for context-sensitive, intuitive man-machine-interaction

Adaptive software framework for context-sensitive, intuitive man-machine-interaction

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The aim of project "KiMMI SF" is the development of a software framework for flexible and context-optimized man-machine-interaction. On the one hand, this shall offer online reconfigurable data handling. Furthermore, methods for context-dependent evaluation, selection and weighting of data sources will be developed.

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Universität Bremen

Sponsors

BMWi - Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action

50RA2021

BMWi - Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action

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Publications about the project

Lisa Gutzeit

In: Proc. of the 26th International Conference on Pattern Recognition. International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR-2022) August 21-25 Montreal QC Canada IEEE 8/2022.

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Nina Hoyer, Sadique Siddiqui, Teena Hassan, Kashmira Shinde, Manuel Meder, Elsa Andrea Kirchner

In: Proceedings of SpaceCHI 2.0: Human-Computer Interaction for Space Exploration. SpaceCHI 2.0: Human-Computer Interaction for Space Exploration (SpaceCHI 2.0-2022) A Workshop at ACM CHI 2022 May 1-1 New Orleans, LA United States ACM 5/2022.

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Nina Hoyer, Adrian Lubitz, Luis Octavio Arriaga Camargo, Teena Hassan, Elsa Andrea Kirchner

In: Proceedings of SpaceCHI 2.0 - Human-Computer Interaction for Space Exploration - A Workshop at CHI 2022. SpaceCHI 2.0: Human-Computer Interaction for Space Exploration (SpaceCHI 2.0-2022) located at ACM CHI 2022 May 1-1 New Orleans LA United States ACM 5/2022.

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German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz