Designing Smart Artifacts for Smart Environments

N. Streitz, C. Röcker, T. Prante, D. van Alphen, R. Stenzel, C. Magerkurth, Computer : Innovative Technology for Computer Professionals 38 (2005) 41 – 49.

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The integration of information, communication, and sensing technologies into our everyday objects has created smart environments. Creating the smart artifacts that constitute these environments requires augmenting their standard functionality to support a new quality of interaction and behavior.A system-oriented, importunate smartness approach creates an environment that gives individual smart artifacts or the environment itself certain self-directed actions based on previously collected information. For example, a space can be smart by having and exploiting knowledge about the persons and artifacts currently situated within its borders.In contrast, a people-oriented, empowering smartness approach places the empowering function in the foreground by assuming that smart spaces make people smarter. This approach empowers users to make decisions and take actions as mature and responsible people.Although in some cases it might be more efficient if the system doesnýt ask for a userýs feedback and confirmation at every step in an action chain, the overall design rationale should aim to keep the user in the loop and in control whenever possible.
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Streitz N, Röcker C, Prante T, van Alphen D, Stenzel R, Magerkurth C. Designing Smart Artifacts for Smart Environments. Computer : innovative technology for computer professionals . 2005;38(3):41 – 49. doi:10.1109/MC.2005.92
Streitz, N., Röcker, C., Prante, T., van Alphen, D., Stenzel, R., & Magerkurth, C. (2005). Designing Smart Artifacts for Smart Environments. Computer : Innovative Technology for Computer Professionals , 38(3), 41 – 49. https://doi.org/10.1109/MC.2005.92
Streitz N et al. (2005) Designing Smart Artifacts for Smart Environments. Computer : innovative technology for computer professionals 38, 41 – 49.
Streitz, Norbert, Carsten Röcker, Thorsten Prante, Daniel van Alphen, Richard Stenzel, and Carsten Magerkurth. “Designing Smart Artifacts for Smart Environments.” Computer : Innovative Technology for Computer Professionals 38, no. 3 (2005): 41 – 49. https://doi.org/10.1109/MC.2005.92.
Streitz, Norbert, Carsten Röcker, Thorsten Prante, Daniel van Alphen, Richard Stenzel und Carsten Magerkurth. 2005. Designing Smart Artifacts for Smart Environments. Computer : innovative technology for computer professionals 38, Nr. 3: 41 – 49. doi:10.1109/MC.2005.92, .
Streitz, Norbert ; Röcker, Carsten ; Prante, Thorsten ; van Alphen, Daniel ; Stenzel, Richard ; Magerkurth, Carsten: Designing Smart Artifacts for Smart Environments. In: Computer : innovative technology for computer professionals Bd. 38. Piscataway, NJ, IEEE (2005), Nr. 3, S. 41 – 49
N. Streitz, C. Röcker, T. Prante, D. van Alphen, R. Stenzel, C. Magerkurth, Designing Smart Artifacts for Smart Environments, Computer : Innovative Technology for Computer Professionals . 38 (2005) 41 – 49.
N. Streitz, C. Röcker, T. Prante, D. van Alphen, R. Stenzel, and C. Magerkurth, “Designing Smart Artifacts for Smart Environments,” Computer : innovative technology for computer professionals , vol. 38, no. 3, pp. 41 – 49, 2005.
Streitz, Norbert, et al. “Designing Smart Artifacts for Smart Environments.” Computer : Innovative Technology for Computer Professionals , vol. 38, no. 3, IEEE, 2005, pp. 41 – 49, doi:10.1109/MC.2005.92.
Streitz, Norbert et. al. (2005): Designing Smart Artifacts for Smart Environments, in: Computer : innovative technology for computer professionals 38 (3), S. 41 – 49.
Streitz N, Röcker C, Prante T, van Alphen D, Stenzel R, Magerkurth C. Designing Smart Artifacts for Smart Environments. Computer : innovative technology for computer professionals . 2005;38(3):41 – 49.

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