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“…Examples of AAL systems that make use of data fusion for activity recognition through fusion of motion and location data have 4:4 J. McNaull et al been reported by Amoretti et al [2010] and Zhu and Sheng [2010]. Poor-quality sensor data may again result in an incorrect representation.…”
Section: The Importance Of Quality For Aal Systemsmentioning
confidence: 95%
“…Examples of AAL systems that make use of data fusion for activity recognition through fusion of motion and location data have 4:4 J. McNaull et al been reported by Amoretti et al [2010] and Zhu and Sheng [2010]. Poor-quality sensor data may again result in an incorrect representation.…”
Section: The Importance Of Quality For Aal Systemsmentioning
confidence: 95%
“…In order to Act, you might consider g. Then, mesg E (5) and by using the Kim example a message will be:…”
Section: From Arguments To Text Sentencesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this setting, activity-goal scheme follows a dialectical integration of supports-conclusion arguments, since it is closer to the graph-oriented representation of a persuasion reasoning in [53]. In our approach, built messages following the proposed schemes (5) and 6, seem to follow a natural sense in both Swedish and English. This is an aspect to take into consideration, since ALI is intended for being a multi-linguistic tool for multi-cultural environment.…”
Section: Generating Persuasive Messages By Using Activity-goal Schemementioning
confidence: 99%
“…The term ambient intelligence (AmI) was introduced by the European Commission in 2001 [Ducatel et al 2001] as a response to new user needs in ubiquitous environments. One of the latest definitions [Augusto 2007] describes AmI as digital and proactive environments, with capacity to sense the environment and assist users in their daily lives. The major difference between ubiquitous computing and AmI is the introduction of AI in the latter.…”
Section: Ambient Intelligencementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Thanks to that, user friendliness, user empowerment, human assistance, and easy interaction with efficient services are improved. Examples of AmI scenarios can be seen in Augusto [2007], Remagnino et al [2005], and .…”
Section: Ambient Intelligencementioning
confidence: 99%