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User acceptance of a decision-theoretic location-aware shopping guide
Proceedings of the 7th international conference on Intelligent user interfaces - IUI '02
We are exploring a class of decision-theoretic handheld systems that give a user personalized advice about how to explore an indoor area in search of products or information. An initial user test in a simple mockup of a shopping mall showed that even novice PDA users accepted the system immediately and were able to achieve their shopping goals faster than when using a paper map of the mall. A key issue is the extent to which spontaneous user behavior can be accommodated within this framework.doi:10.1145/502716.502745 dblp:conf/iui/BohnenbergerJKB02 fatcat:mtluxi76zvbxxngavzsmzn6uwu