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Smarticipation2016: First Workshop on Intelligent Personal Guidance of Human Behavior Utilizing Anticipatory Models

Meurisch, Christian ; Naeem, Usman ; Azam, Muhammad Awais ; Janssen, Frederik ; Schmidt, Benedikt ; Mühlhäuser, Max (2016)
Smarticipation2016: First Workshop on Intelligent Personal Guidance of Human Behavior Utilizing Anticipatory Models.
Heidelberg
Conference or Workshop Item, Bibliographie

Abstract

In today’s fast paced environment, society is confronted with information overload, stress, and health issues. These are generally caused by accelerating technological evolution, increasing time pressure, and physical inactivity. So-called anticipatory systems, which guide users or intervene in their daily life, are seen as a very promising solution to overcome these issues. This workshop aims to share experiences of current researches on anticipatory systems in order to understand the extent of how such systems could be a solution and how they could provide personal guidance given the discovered traits of human behavior.

We invite the submission of papers in the emerging research field of anticipatory mobile computing that focus on understanding, design, and development of such systems. We also welcome contributions that investigate underlying prediction models or give an insight into human behavior.

The expected workshop outcome is a summary of recent challenges of anticipatory applications and interventions.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2016
Creators: Meurisch, Christian ; Naeem, Usman ; Azam, Muhammad Awais ; Janssen, Frederik ; Schmidt, Benedikt ; Mühlhäuser, Max
Type of entry: Bibliographie
Title: Smarticipation2016: First Workshop on Intelligent Personal Guidance of Human Behavior Utilizing Anticipatory Models
Language: German
Date: September 2016
Publisher: ACM
Book Title: Proceedings of the 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp'16): Adjunct Publication
Event Location: Heidelberg
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In today’s fast paced environment, society is confronted with information overload, stress, and health issues. These are generally caused by accelerating technological evolution, increasing time pressure, and physical inactivity. So-called anticipatory systems, which guide users or intervene in their daily life, are seen as a very promising solution to overcome these issues. This workshop aims to share experiences of current researches on anticipatory systems in order to understand the extent of how such systems could be a solution and how they could provide personal guidance given the discovered traits of human behavior.

We invite the submission of papers in the emerging research field of anticipatory mobile computing that focus on understanding, design, and development of such systems. We also welcome contributions that investigate underlying prediction models or give an insight into human behavior.

The expected workshop outcome is a summary of recent challenges of anticipatory applications and interventions.

Identification Number: TUD-CS-2016-0092
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
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