Lookup NU author(s): Professor Christian Kray,
Professor Patrick Olivier,
Dr Thomas Ploetz
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Evaluating ubiquitous systems with users can be a challenge, and the goal of this workshop was to take stock of current issues and novel approaches to address this challenge. In this paper, we report on the discussions we had during several plenary and small-group sessions. We first briefly review those evaluation methods that we identified as being used in ubiquitous computing, and then discuss several issues and research questions that emerged during the discussion. These issues include: data sources used for evaluation, comparing ubiquitous systems, interdisciplinary evaluation, multi-method evaluation, factoring in context and disengaged users.
Author(s): Kray C, Larsen LB, Olivier P, Biemans M, van Bunningen A, Fetter M, Jay T, Khan VJ, Leitner G, Mulder I, Muller J, Ploetz T, de Vallejo IL
Editor(s): Mühlhäuser, M; Ferscha, A; Aitenbichler, E
Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Publication status: Published
Conference Name: Constructing Ambient Intelligence: AmI 2007 Workshops
Year of Conference: 2008
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Notes: Online ISBN:9783540853794
Online ISSN: 1865-0937
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Series Title: Communications in Computer and Information Science