InterruptMe: designing intelligent prompting mechanisms for pervasive applications

@inproceedings{Pejovic2014InterruptMeDI,
  title={InterruptMe: designing intelligent prompting mechanisms for pervasive applications},
  author={Veljko Pejovic and Mirco Musolesi},
  booktitle={UbiComp},
  year={2014}
}
The mobile phone represents a unique platform for interactive applications that can harness the opportunity of an immediate contact with a user in order to increase the impact of the delivered information. However, this accessibility does not necessarily translate to reachability, as recipients might refuse an initiated contact or disfavor a message that comes in an inappropriate moment. In this paper we seek to answer whether, and how, suitable moments for interruption can be identified and… CONTINUE READING
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