Panos Markopoulos, Boris de Ruyter, Saini Privender, Albert van Breemen
Ambient Intelligence. Since the early visionary articles and white papers that introduced Ambient Intelligence,  for example, this vision has been associated with a widely prophesized proliferation of devices and applications populating our physical environment. Increasingly we are lead to anticipate that ambient intelligent technology will mediate, permeate, and become an inseparable component of our everyday social interactions at work or at leisure. The social dimension of ambient intelligence is clearly an important topic for human-computer interaction (HCI) research. The field of HCI has justifiably turned its attention to issues pertaining to how users will be able to manage…
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