Personalisation in intelligent environments: managing the information flow

@inproceedings{Chatfield2005PersonalisationII,
  title={Personalisation in intelligent environments: managing the information flow},
  author={Craig Chatfield and David J. Carmichael and Ren{\'e} Hexel and Judy Kay and Bob Kummerfeld},
  booktitle={OZCHI},
  year={2005}
}
This paper describes research into the personalised delivery of information about an intelligent environment. The challenges we need to address are the dual forms of the Invisibility Problem. Both follow from the fact that the sensors and services in an intelligent environment are intended to be invisible, blending into the environment naturally. We describe the elements of the Invisibility Problem in relation to our previous work on one such intelligent environment, MyPlace, and present an… CONTINUE READING

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