Scalable Analysis of Collective Behaviour in Smart Service Systems

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Author(s)Massink M, Harrison MD, Latella D
Editor(s)Shin, D.
Publication type Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Conference Name25th annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing
Conference LocationSierre, Switzerland
Year of Conference2010
Legacy Date22-26 March 2010
Volume
Pages1173-1180
ISBN9781605586397
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The long term vision of smart service systems in which electronic environments are made sensitive and responsive to the presence of, possibly many, people is gradually taking shape through a number of pilot projects. The purposes of such systems vary from intelligent homes that assist their inhabitants to make their lives more independent and comfortable to much larger environments such as airports in which people are provided with context aware, personalised, adaptive and anticipatory services that are most relevant for them given their location and their current activities. This paper is concerned with the exploration of scalable formal models that can address the collective behaviour of a large number of people moving through a smart environment.
PublisherACM
URLhttp://delivery.acm.org/10.1145/1780000/1774337/p1173-massink.pdf
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