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2 Author(s)
Tentori, M. ; CICESE, Ensenada ; Favela, J.

In this article, we introduce activity-aware computing, which uses activity-based computing to enhance pervasive environments in two ways: to help users associate resources and services with activities, resulting in seamless interaction with those resources and services, and to enable pervasive environments to automatically infer activities and thus opportunistically offer services that support the user's current goal. Thus, activity-aware applications persuade users to commit themselves to the technology, moving from a paradigm of activity-based ";interaction"; toward one of activity-aware ";engagement"; with a computationally augmented environment. We present a set of tools for developing activity-aware applications, including a computational representation of human activities that we defined using data from a hospital case study we conducted. We also used the data to create an activity recognition approach and a set of design principles for developing activity-aware applications. The mobile activity monitor we designed to create a wearable connection between patients and nurses exemplifies our design principles.

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Pervasive Computing, IEEE  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

April-June 2008

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