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Title: Conclusions and Future Directions


1
Intelligent Environments
  • Conclusions and Future Directions

2
Definitions
  • Intelligent
  • Able to acquire and apply knowledge
  • Knowledge is more than data
  • Environment
  • Surroundings
  • Intelligent Environment
  • An environment able to acquire and apply
    knowledge about you and your surroundings in
    order to improve your experience.

3
Projects
  • Academic
  • UTA MavHome Smart Home
  • Georgia Tech Aware Home
  • MIT Intelligent Room
  • MIT House_n
  • Stanford Interactive Workspaces
  • UC Boulder Adaptive House
  • Commercial
  • IBM Smart Home
  • Microsoft Easy Living

4
Major Topics
  • Sensors
  • Networking
  • Database
  • Prediction
  • Decision Making
  • Robotics
  • Privacy and Security

5
Sensors
  • Issues
  • Placement
  • Power
  • Interfacing
  • Control
  • Smart sensors
  • Local memory
  • Local processing
  • Communication

6
Networking
  • Wired
  • Phone line
  • Power line
  • New wire
  • Wireless
  • IEEE 802.11
  • Bluetooth

7
Networking (cont.)
  • Service Discovery
  • Jini
  • UPnP
  • Communication
  • CORBA
  • Java-RMI
  • DCOM

8
Database
  • Storage requirements
  • Real-time sensor data
  • User data (esp. multimedia)
  • System information
  • Prediction and decision-making queries
  • Centralized vs. distributed
  • Sensor databases
  • Active databases
  • Push paradigm
  • Database triggers

9
Prediction
  • Predicting inhabitant and environment behavior
  • Sensor fusion and data relevance
  • Concept drift
  • IE-specific prediction
  • Sequence matching
  • Hidden Markov models
  • Episode discovery

10
Decision Making
  • IE as a rational agent
  • Choose action maximizing expected utility
  • States of IE
  • Utilities of states
  • Probability action will lead to state
  • Decision networks

11
Robotics
  • Robotics for IE
  • Autonomy
  • Adaptability
  • Human-machine interfacing

12
Privacy and Security
  • Physical and data security
  • Encryption
  • Firewalling
  • Biometrics
  • Degree of IE autonomy

13
Special Topics
  • Intelligent robotic sensor agents for environment
    monitoring
  • Intelligent vehicles
  • Personalization (e.g., television guides)
  • Context-aware applications
  • Intelligent agent infrastructures

14
Future Directions
  • Smart appliances
  • Plug-n-play everything (devices and software)
  • Ubiquitous/pervasive computing
  • Low-power, wireless, smart sensors
  • Low-power, wireless networks
  • Distributed, active databases

15
Future Directions
  • Prediction and decision-making in uncertain,
    data-rich environments
  • Distributed, hierarchical, self-organizing,
    agent-based architectures
  • Versatile robotics
  • Adaptive security and biometrics
  • Virtual reality

16
Future Directions
  • Killer App
  • Support for the handicapped and elderly
  • Generalization to larger environments
  • Communities
  • Office buildings
  • Shopping centers
  • Cities
  • Streets and highways

17
Intelligent Environments
  • Thank you!
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