Intelligibility and User Control of Context-aware Application Behaviours

Abstract

Context-aware applications adapt their behaviours according to changes in user context and user requirements. Research and experience have shown that such applications will not always behave the way as users expect. This may lead to loss of users' trust and acceptance of these systems. Hence, context-aware applications should (1) be intelligible (e.g., able… (More)

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@inproceedings{Fong2010IntelligibilityAU, title={Intelligibility and User Control of Context-aware Application Behaviours}, author={Johnson Fong}, year={2010} }