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Type of publication:Techreport
Entered by:NW
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Year published 2006
Institution Thales Research and Technology Netherlands
Note This deliverable consists of a 5-page long-paper which was originally submitted to the 1st workshop on ‘Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Ambient Intelligence (AITAmI06)’ (part of ECAI2006) and contains our more elaborate view on the topic of the paper than the short paper.
Keywords actor-agent teams,ambient intelligence,cognition
Abstract
In actor-agent teams human and artificial entities interact and cooperate in order to enhance and augment their individual and joint cognitive ergonomic and problem solving capabilities. Also actor-agent communities can benefit from ‘ambient cognition’, a novel further reaching concept than ambient intelligence that hardly takes into account the resource limitations and capabilities changing over time of both humans and agents in collaborative settings. The Dutch Companion project aims at the realization of an agent that takes advantage of the ambient cognition concerning actor-agent system dynamics such that natural emotion-sensitive interaction with an actor over a longer period of time can be sustained. We elaborate on our vision of pursuing ambient cognition within actor-agent systems and present the plans and expected results of the Dutch Companion project.
Authors
Kempen, Masja
Viezzer, Manuela
Wijngaards, Niek
Salden, Alfons
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AAT-AmbiCogn-InternalReport2006.pdf (main file)
 
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