By Serge Autexier, Dieter Hutter, Christoph Stahl (auth.), Juan Carlos Augusto, Reiner Wichert, Rem Collier, David Keyson, Albert Ali Salah, Ah-Hwee Tan (eds.)
This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the 4th foreign Joint convention an Ambient Intelligence, AmI 2013, held in Dublin, eire, in December 2013. The 15 revised complete papers, four papers from the panorama tune, three papers from the doctoral colloquium and six demo and poster papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from various submissions and are awarded with 6 workshop descriptions. The papers disguise a number of multi-disciplinary subject matters in machine technology, human computing device interplay, electric engineering, commercial layout, behavioral sciences, disbursed units, ubiquitous and conversation applied sciences, pervasive computing, clever consumer interfaces and synthetic intelligence.
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Research Hypotheses Based on the abovementioned literature research and own experiences from a preliminary qualitative study , we formulated our expectations in the following research hypotheses. H1. Due to its intuitive nature and common “photographing” gesture, display pointing is easier to learn than alternative techniques. H2. Display pointing outperforms the alternative in terms of several key factors in physical mobile interactions: ease, mental and physical load, speed, innovativeness, fun and accuracy.
1 on average. All participants had seen visual codes before (20 had used one in practice), 23 participants had heard about NFC (3 had used it), and 27 participants knew Bluetooth scanning (25 had used it). The Screen Is Yours—Comparing Handheld Pairing Techniques 37 Fig. 2. The test setup contained two large screens with exemplary interactive applications (left). One of them was a public poll showing a topical question and three possible answers after the successful pairing (right). 2 Setup In our test room, we arranged two ﬂat screen TVs with screen diagonals of 47 and 55 inches, placed on bar tables at a typical height of public displays.
Ai ] leading to a state satisfying I, such that the corresponding sub-sequence of user actions [a1 , . . , item(A,au ), E=hint-sufficient-actions(A, S, I)] The parameter l controls how many unnecessary actions have to be executed before the system generates a hint. The resulting DRS is translated into “To achieve ‘I’ it is sufficient to perform the following actions: [a1 , . . ” 5 Preliminary Evaluation The system described above has been realised in a first prototype. As mentioned above, the text generation itself is done by the SimpleNLG toolkit available in Java.