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Wang, Weizheng (author)
Considering that the IoT is giving rise to new sensing infrastructures with stringent requirements, we are posed with new trade-offs. On one hand, there is a need to develop systems that have a low cost, complexity, and ecological footprint, while being privacy-aware. On the other hand, despite these constraints, there is a need to still...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Baccour, Emna (author), Mhaisen, N. (author), Abdellatif, Alaa Awad (author), Erbad, Aiman (author), Mohamed, Amr (author), Hamdi, Mounir (author), Guizani, Mohsen (author)
Artificial intelligence (AI) has witnessed a substantial breakthrough in a variety of Internet of Things (IoT) applications and services, spanning from recommendation systems and speech processing applications to robotics control and military surveillance. This is driven by the easier access to sensory data and the enormous scale of pervasive...
journal article 2022
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Kaptein, F.C.A. (author), Kiefer, Bernd (author), Cully, Antoine (author), Celiktutan, Oya (author), Bierman, Bert (author), Rijgersberg-Peters, Rifca (author), Broekens, D.J. (author), Van Vught, Willeke (author), Van Bekkum, Michael (author), Demiris, Yiannis (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author)
Making the transition to long-term interaction with social-robot systems has been identified as one of the main challenges in human-robot interaction. This article identifies four design principles to address this challenge and applies them in a real-world implementation: cloud-based robot control, a modular design, one common knowledge base...
journal article 2022
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Neerincx, M.A. (author), van Vught, Willeke (author), Blanson Henkemans, O.A. (author), Oleari, Elettra (author), Broekens, D.J. (author), Rijgersberg, R.M. (author), Kaptein, F.C.A. (author), Demiris, Yiannis (author), Kiefer, Bernd (author), Fumagalli, Diego (author), Bierman, Bert (author)
Social or humanoid robots do hardly show up in “the wild,” aiming at pervasive and enduring human benefits such as child health. This paper presents a socio-cognitive engineering (SCE) methodology that guides the ongoing research & development for an evolving, longer-lasting human-robot partnership in practice. The SCE methodology has been...
journal article 2019
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Kihara, Tomo (author)
Escape the Smart City is a critical pervasive game for creating awareness about the implications of AI-surveillance technology in the smart city. It responds to growing concerns over the mass deployment of surveillance cameras that are enhanced with artificial intelligence (AI) which are turning the cities into digital panopticons (Sadowski &amp...
master thesis 2018
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Giaccardi, Elisa (author)
Design has long been human-centered, but with data technology things too can become part of the design and innovation process.
journal article 2018
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Meraza Farfan, Paulina (author)
This project represents the graduation project of the MSc Strategic Product of the Industrial Design Faculty at the Delft University of Technology, carried out in collaboration with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines from February to September 2017.<br/><br/>With the steadily increasing challenges of fuel prices, new technologies and competitive...
master thesis 2017
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Zhang, Y. (author), Pfeuffer, Ken (author), Chong, Ming Ki (author), Alexander, Jason (author), Bulling, Andreas (author), Gellersen, Hans (author)
Gaze information provides indication of users focus which complements remote collaboration tasks, as distant users can see their partner’s focus. In this paper, we apply gaze for co-located collaboration, where users’ gaze locations are presented on the same display, to help collaboration between partners. We integrated various types of gaze...
journal article 2017
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John, L.H. (author)
Smartphones, or more general handhelds, which are commonly used for indoor localization purposes, are not a viable option in places where people do not carry them all the time, e.g., home and office. Alternatively using wearable devices brings along limitations in regards to power supply, processing capability and availability of sensors, which...
master thesis 2016
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Lee, S. (author)
This paper focuses on the conception and design of architecture as the work of producing media about buildings and other environmental artifacts. I approach<br/>the questions regarding simplicity and complexity through "interdependence" and "intermodality." I believe the two concepts offer more precise frames of relations and contexts involving...
conference paper 2016
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Van den Born, R.P. (author)
Right now, everyone is using many different personal computing devices to clench their desire to be informed, where manufactures have tried their hardest to integrate as many features as possible into one device. For most of the tasks executed they are overkill, and for others insufficient. Furthermore, they are quickly outdated and require a...
master thesis 2016
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Speek, I.C.T.M. (author)
Available connectivity in everyday objects has inspired design experts to develop methodologies for designing interactive environments - large-scale environments existing out of multiple embedded devices that interact with a user as if to be a single entity. The computer science community uses ad hoc distributed networks to accommodate scaling...
master thesis 2015
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Van Berkel, S.E.F. (author)
In recent years, large-scale systems have become mainstream at a very high pace. Typical examples of large-scale systems are MANETs, Wireless Sensor Networks, Pervasive Computing, Swarm Robotics, etc. These systems distinguish them- selves by the large number of devices they embody, and emergent behaviors they exhibit: Behavior that is globally...
master thesis 2012
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