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|Title:||Sharing intelligent services between homes|
van Halteren, A.
|Citation:||Communications in Computer and Information Science, 2008 / Muhlhauser, M., Ferscha, A., Aitenbichler, E. (ed./s), vol.11, pp.379-384|
|Publisher:||Springer Berlin Heidelberg|
|Series/Report no.:||Communications in Computer And Information Science|
|Conference Name:||Ambient Intelligence 2007 Workshops (7 Nov 2007 - 10 Nov 2007 : Darmstadt, Germany)|
|Henk Eertink, Remco Poortinga, Tom Broens, Stephan Tobies, Andrew Tokmakoff, Aart van Halteren|
|Abstract:||The user’s environment is increasingly enriched with computing devices that offer services that aid users in their daily activities. Current use of these services is either public (i.e. unrestricted), or requires explicit registration. In the first case, user control and security are sacrificed whilst in the second ease of use and flexibility is limited. In this paper, we extend the perspective of user-centric computing in offering guests a simple and transparent way to access their home services from a visited intelligent environment. We provide the users with a Personal Access Device (PAD) that facilitates creation of trust between the user’s own home and a visited intelligent environment. This enables seamless access to home services from the visited environment.|
|Rights:||© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2008|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 2|
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