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Using Argumentation to Understand Ambiguous Situations in Intelligent
 

Summary: Using Argumentation to Understand
Ambiguous Situations in Intelligent
Environments
Andrés MUÑOZ a,1
, Juan A. BOTÍA a
and Juan Carlos AUGUSTO b
a
Dpto. de Información para la Ingeniería y las Comunicaciones, University of Murcia,
30100 Murcia, Spain. {amunoz, juanbot}@um.es
b
School of Computing and Mathematics, University of Ulster,
BT37 0QB Newtownabbey, United Kingdom
jc.augusto@ulster.ac.uk
AbstractIntelligent Environments provide the infrastructure to deliver Ambient
Assisted Living such that elderly people can remain at home and independent for
longer. An important part of an Ambient Assisted Living provision is the monitor-
ing, detection and follow up of unsafe situations. One problem these systems have
to perform that task is that they only observe the world through incomplete, some-
times unreliable, sensing devices. This naturally leads to uncertain, inconsistent
and incomplete perceptions of the world. This paper shows how argumentation, a

  

Source: Augusto, Juan Carlos - School of Computing and Mathematics, University of Ulster at Jordanstown

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences