Ambient Systems and Taxonomy Approaches

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Abstract

This work presents the main features of the ambient systems and how they are
interpreted by their designers. Looking back to the literature, definitions that have
been given to the ambient systems up to this day are presented. This paper introduces
a generic definition of the ambient systems that tries to combine and cover the
majority of the different definitions that have been given by other researchers. In
addition, some examples of developed ambient systems and their evaluation
techniques are briefly mentioned. Thereafter, we raise the problem of the behavioural
analysis (synthesis problem) of the ambient systems which we are going to address
during this PhD project. Furthermore, we propose two examples of ambient systems
that could be used as case studies for our research topic. Finally, in the last part of this
paper, some of the existing taxonomy approaches are analysed and a comparison of
two of them is conducted by classifying the two case studies
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-19
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2011

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