AutoHAN: An Architecture for Programming the Home

  title={AutoHAN: An Architecture for Programming the Home},
  author={Alan F. Blackwell and Rob Hague},
AutoHAN is a networking and software architecture that enables user-programmable specification of the interaction between appliances in a domestic house. This concept represents an immense challenge for End-User Programming. The characteristics of the potential user population are far broader than any other population of end-user programmers. It is therefore essential to approach the design of the programming environment from a well-founded perspective of cognitive ergonomics and user modelling… CONTINUE READING
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