A Framework for Responsive Environments

@inproceedings{Salem2017AFF,
  title={A Framework for Responsive Environments},
  author={Benjamin Salem and Jorge Alves Lino and Jan Simons},
  booktitle={AmI},
  year={2017}
}
In this paper, we define Responsive Environments as adaptive venues that possess context awareness, deliver ubiquitous computing and natural interaction. They also yield a pre-determined User Experience. We propose a framework for the development and assessment of such environments and we discuss applying the framework to some examples. Highlighting benefits and usefulness of the framework. 

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