Learning Frequent Behaviors of the Users in Intelligent Environments

@article{Aztiria2013LearningFB,
  title={Learning Frequent Behaviors of the Users in Intelligent Environments},
  author={Asier Aztiria and Juan Carlos Augusto and Rosa Basagoiti and Alberto Izaguirre and Diane J. Cook},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems},
  year={2013},
  volume={43},
  pages={1265-1278}
}
Intelligent environments (IEs) are expected to support people in their daily lives. One of the hidden assumptions in IEs is that they propose a change of perspective in the relationships between humans and technology, shifting from a techno-centered perspective to a human-centered one. Unlike current computing systems where the user has to learn how to use the technology, an IE adapts its behavior to the users, even anticipating their needs, preferences, or habits. For this reason, the… CONTINUE READING
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