By Serge Autexier, Dieter Hutter, Christoph Stahl (auth.), Juan Carlos Augusto, Reiner Wichert, Rem Collier, David Keyson, Albert Ali Salah, Ah-Hwee Tan (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 4th overseas Joint convention an Ambient Intelligence, AmI 2013, held in Dublin, eire, in December 2013. The 15 revised complete papers, four papers from the panorama song, three papers from the doctoral colloquium and six demo and poster papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from quite a few submissions and are offered with 6 workshop descriptions. The papers hide quite a few multi-disciplinary themes in computing device technology, human desktop interplay, electric engineering, commercial layout, behavioral sciences, allotted units, ubiquitous and communique applied sciences, pervasive computing, clever consumer interfaces and synthetic intelligence.
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Those questions can be answered similar. For this the system reactions need to be stored, that is, the sequence of recognised activities, the assumed intentions and the resulting action sequences to support the intention. Based on this information, pairs of why-questions and answers are generated as follows: Definition 8 (Why-question 1). Let S be a situation, in which some automatic assistance is triggered. Let I be the assumed and supported intention and let [a1 , . . , an ] be the supporting sequence of actions executed automatically.
Acknowledgments. This work is supported by the german research foundation (DFG) within research training group 1424 MuSAMA. References 1. : Human activity analysis: A review. ACM Comput. Surv. 43(3), 16:1–16:43 (2011) 2. : Explaining the reactions of a smart environment. In: Proc. of Exact 2012, Montpellier, France (August 2012) 3. : Goalaviour-based control of heterogeneous and distributed smart environments. In: Proc. of the 7th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, pp. 142–148.
In this paper we show how to generate explanations for an automatic assistance system for smart environments. In particular, we address dynamically changing environments in which devices and services can enter and leave at any time. All components employ the same simple action definitions. They are used to analyse the underlying intention, to synthesise a supporting strategy and to generate explanations that provide insights into the internals of the system. As tool of communication, we employ automatically generated question and corresponding answers.
Ambient Intelligence: 4th International Joint Conference, AmI 2013, Dublin, Ireland, December 3-5, 2013. Proceedings by Serge Autexier, Dieter Hutter, Christoph Stahl (auth.), Juan Carlos Augusto, Reiner Wichert, Rem Collier, David Keyson, Albert Ali Salah, Ah-Hwee Tan (eds.)