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Title: Sensory semantic user interfaces (SenSUI)
Authors: Bell, D
Heravi, BR
Lycett, M
Keywords: Semantic Web;Sensors
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: CEUR-WS
Citation: 2nd International Workshop on Semantic Sensor Networks 2009, Washington, Oct 2009
Abstract: Rapid evolution of the World Wide Web with its underlying sources of data, knowledge, services and applications continually attempts to support a variety of users, with different backgrounds, requirements and capabilities. In such an environment, it is highly unlikely that a single user interface will prevail and be able to fulfill the requirements of each user adequately. Adaptive user interfaces are able to adapt information and application functionalities to the user context. In contrast, pervasive computing and sensor networks open new opportunities for context aware platforms, one that is able to improve user interface adaptation reacting to environmental and user sensors. Semantic web technologies and ontologies are able to capture sensor data and provide contextual information about the user, their actions, required applications and environment. This paper investigates the viability of an approach where semantic web technologies are used to maximize the efficacy of interface adaptation through the use of available ontology.
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