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Which 4 criteria need to be considered when designing for embedding information?
- basic principle: over-provision of information displays - embedding information where & when it is useful - embedding information in a most unobtrusive way - providing information in a way that there is no interaction required

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What are Smart Artifacts?
“Artefacts are commonly defined as ‘something created by human for a practical purpose’ and it is compelling to build on these familiar purposes while enabling new applications on the basis of embedded computing and communication. Artefacts thus augmented become smart objects that can be tied directly into software processes to overcome the media break between physical flow of activity and related flow of information. […] For instance in an enterprise environment, smart objects may provide continuous access to their physical state and context, or even embody autonomous behaviour in support of more decentralized enterprise management. Likewise in emerging interactive environments, smart objects may embody physical I/O to be enabled as tangible user interface objects that facilitate richer interactions between people and their environments

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What are rective envivronments?
“… in a computer-augmented environment, electronic systems could be merged into the physical world to provide computer functionality to everyday objects. This idea is exemplified by Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp) and Augmented Reality. Proponents argue that systems should be embedded in the environment. The technology should be distributed (ubiquitous), yet invisible, or transparent, since the full potential of the computer can only be realized when the machine itself is hidden from the user. This concept marks a dramatic shift from the status quo in which interaction with the computer interferes with our activities rather than enhancing them…”

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Define context
Context is any information that can be used to characterize the situation of an entity.

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What can we learn about user data based on certain constraints and logic rules?
- detecting pattern in user behaviour - matching user behaviour with the behaviour of other users - classify users based on user behaviour

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Which aspects need to be considered when defining design optimality?
- design space - design objective - search method

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Text analytics: what are problems for sentiment analysis?
double negative ("not good" etc.)

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What are the 2 approaches for recommender systems?
- content-based - collaborative filtering

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What are the USP and metrics for early mobile phone text input?
- fewer keys than letters - metrics (complexity, visibility, keystroke per character)

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What is adaptivity?
Dynamic adaptation by the system itself to current task and current user

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What is Implicit Input?
Implicit input are actions and behavior of humans which are done to achieve a goal and are not primarily regarded as interaction with a computer, but captured, recognised and interpreted by a computer system as input.

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What is Implicit HCI?
iHCI is the interaction of a human with the environment and with artefacts which is aimed to accomplish a goal. Within this process the system acquires implicit input fro the user and may present implicit output to the user.

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