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An End-User Programming Paradigm for Pervasive Computing Applications

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3 Author(s)
J. S. Chin ; Intelligent Inhabited Environ. Group, Essex Univ., Colchester ; V. Callaghan ; G. Clarke

In this paper we present a variant of end-user programming called PiP (pervasive interactive programming) which offers non-technical end-users the possibility to configure and customize sets of coordinating pervasive devises without the need to employ conventional programming methods. In this approach end-users "show" the system their required behaviour via natural physical interaction with the environment. The paper also describes the architectural components and presents a user evaluation

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2006 ACS/IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Services

Date of Conference:

26-29 June 2006