Context-Aware Deployment of Services in Public Spaces [chapter]

Ichiro Satoh
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presents the context-aware deployment of user-assistant services in public spaces, e.g., museums. Using location-sensing systems, it detects the locations of users and deploys user-assistant services, e.g., visitor guides, at computers near to the their current locations. When users move between exhibits in a museum, it enables agents to follow users to annotate the exhibits in personalized form and navigate them to the next exhibits along their routes. To demonstrate the utility and
more » ... effectiveness of the framework, we constructed and operated a location/user-aware visitor-guide service in a museum as case studies in the development of context-aware services in public spaces. U. Brinkschulte, T. Givargis, and S. Russo (Eds.): SEUS
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-87785-1_20 fatcat:wsvdioooubhqvf32zhw7lzkmf4