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us: Ambient intelligence


  • Here are entered works on an environment in which everyday objects and devices, such as doors, keys, appliances, etc., are embedded with computing and networking technology that enable them to recognize, respond to, and adapt to the presence of human beings, and that enable people to interact with them in an intuitive, natural, and seamless manner.
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  • Variants

    • us: AmI (Ambient intelligence)
    • us: Intelligence, Ambient
  • Broader Terms

    • us: Human-computer interaction
    • us: Ubiquitous computing
  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: Ambient intelligence, 2005: abstr. ("Ambient intelligence builds on three recent key technologies: ubiquitous computing, ubiquitous communication and intelligent user interfaces")
    • found: Ambient intelligence : changing forms of human-computer interaction and their social implications, via WWW, June 8, 2005: introd. ("Ambient intelligence (AmI) is a burgeoning field of information systems that has potential for great impact in the future")
    • found: Science and technology roadmapping : ambient intelligence in everyday life (AmI@Life), via WWW, June 8, 2005.
    • found: LC database, June 8, 2005 (ambient intelligence)
    • notfound: Free on-line dictionary of computing, June 8, 2005
  • LC Classification

    • QA76.9.A48
  • General Notes

    • Here are entered works on an environment in which everyday objects and devices, such as doors, keys, appliances, etc., are embedded with computing and networking technology that enable them to recognize, respond to, and adapt to the presence of human beings, and that enable people to interact with them in an intuitive, natural, and seamless manner.
  • Change Notes

    • 2005-06-08: new
    • 2005-09-02: revised
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