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Roderick Murray-Smith

 

Talk:
Negotiated, Continuous, Uncertain Interaction: Shaping the loop dynamics of mobile devices with rich sensing and feedback
Speaker:
Roderick Murray-Smith, Department of Computing Science, Glasgow University, UK
Abstract:
I will discuss the Negotiated Interaction approach being developed in the "Dynamics and Interaction" group. This involves models of interaction which can cope with continuous uncertain inputs, and can be coupled with uncertain inference mechanisms. I will look at the consequences of allowing feedback to the user to be uncertain and multimodal, and where the dynamics of the interface are conditional on inference mechanisms. This well-founded theoretical model frames interaction as a fluid process of give-and-take, like dancing, compared to the current inflexible 'command and control' approach. I will give some examples of systems developed using these principles, including mobile applications which couple probabilistic inference with physical excitation, location-aware interaction and Brain-Computer Interaction. Demos will include mobile phones and PDAs instrumented with sensors, including the SHAKE sensor pack which is under ongoing development at Glasgow
Date:
Monday, November 19, 2007
Time:
14:00-16:00
Location:
TEL Auditorium 1 (20th floor), Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7, 10587 Berlin

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