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Design Principles of a Reactive Behavioral System for the Intelligent Room

Ajay Kulkarni
The Intelligent Room (IRoom), an Intelligent Environment (IE) at the MIT Aritificial Intelligence (AI) Laboratory (Coen, 1998), is an experiment in human-computer interaction (HCI). Most of our research centers on a particular implementation of the IRoom, a conference room enhanced with cameras, microphones, and other sensors. Part of our HCI research is in enabling the Intelligent Room to “intelligently” react to human user behavior. This paper describes several design principles for an ?intelligent? system to help fill that role. Such a system is called a reactive behavioral system.
Bitstream: The MIT Journal of EECS Student Research, 2002
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  author =       {Kulkarni, Ajay},
  title =        {Design {P}rinciples of a {R}eactive {B}ehavioral {S}ystem for the {I}ntelligent {R}oom},
  booktitle =    {Bitstream: {T}he MIT {J}ournal of EECS {S}tudent {R}esearch},
  year =         {2002}
}