Handbook of Research on Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments: Trends and Perspectives

@inproceedings{Chong2011HandbookOR,
  title={Handbook of Research on Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments: Trends and Perspectives},
  author={N. B. Chong},
  year={2011}
}
The main goal of this Chapter is to introduce SAM, an integrated architecture for concurrent activity recognition, planning and execution. SAM provides a general framework to define how an intelligent environment can assess contextual information from sensory data. The architecture builds upon a temporal reasoning framework operating in closed-loop between physical sensing and actuation components in a smart environments. The capabilities of the system as well as possible examples of its use… CONTINUE READING
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