Sanchez-Pi, N. ; Mangina, E. ; Carbó, J. and Molina, J.M.
Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing. 58ed.Berlin: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010, v. 71, p. 493-500
Publication year: 2010

nayat chapter 9Abstract

Research in context-aware systems has been moving towards reusable and adaptable architectures for managing more advanced human-computer interfaces. Ambient. Intelligence (AmI) investigates computer-based services, which are ubiquitous and based on a variety of objects and devices. Their intelligent and intuitive interfaces act as mediators through which people can interact with the ambient environment. In this paper we present an agent-based architecture which supports the execution of agents in AmI environments. Two case studies are also presented, an airport information system and a railway information system, which uses spoken conversational agents to respond to the user’s requests using the contextual information that includes the location information of the user