Pervasive Interaction

Crowley James
Context Aware Computing, Situation Models, Pervasive Interaction, Social Interaction, Perception of Human Activity


Pervasive Interaction is driven by emerging technologies that make it possible to augment ordinary objects with abilities to sense, act, communicate and interact with humans and with each other (smart objects). The ability to interconnect smart objects makes it possible to assemble new forms of systems and services in ordinary human environments raising problems that cannot be met with traditional approaches to distributed systems and human-computer interaction. Pervasive Interaction is developing models and systems for context aware, sociable interaction with systems and services that are dynamically composed from collections of interconnected smart-objects.

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Reignier Patrick
Crowley James

Corresponding Research Areas in NeuroCoG

Neural cells and neural networks: yes
Cognitive functions: yes
Social and cognitive interactions: yes
Parkinson’s Disease (PD): no

Published on April 13, 2017