The case for integrating needs and preferences in the internet of things

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Heath, A., Whitney, G., Kolar, I. and Springett, M. 2013. The case for integrating needs and preferences in the internet of things. The Sixth International Conference on Advances in Human Oriented and Personalized Mechanisms, Technologies, and Services: CENTRIC 2013. Venice, Italy 27 Oct - 01 Nov 2013
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TitleThe case for integrating needs and preferences in the internet of things
AuthorsHeath, A., Whitney, G., Kolar, I. and Springett, M.
Abstract

This paper was written because the authors believe the Internet of Things has enormous potential to enrich the lives of all people, but particularly those people sometimes referred to as “disabled”, who are excluded from participating in normal life processes that present fewer barriers to others and by that exclusion experientially impoverished. Further, we believe that there are grounds for personalization or individualization to be the accessibility delivery mechanism of choice to meet the diverse needs of this non-homogenous group of people in diverse contexts and in fact of all people. From demographics it is clear that if the accessibility of the Internet of Things is not approached effectively then a problem will be created for people with disabilities and older people. The paper gives a direction forward driven both by results from practical research with real users and theoretical considerations of what approaches are available to apply to this problem. We believe that Ambient Assisted Living is a significant aspect of the Internet of Things.

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ConferenceThe Sixth International Conference on Advances in Human Oriented and Personalized Mechanisms, Technologies, and Services: CENTRIC 2013
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Law, E., Hvanberg, E., Cockton, G., Palanque, P., Scapin, D., Springett, M., Stary, C. and Vanderdonckt, J. 2005. Towards the maturation of IT usability evaluation (MAUSE). in: Costabile, M. and Paterno, F. (ed.) Human-computer interaction: INTERACT 2005: IFIP TC13 international conference: proceedings. Berlin Springer.
Purpose and context: selecting multiple methods for evaluating a pilot public information terminal.
Keith, S., Springett, M. and Wong, B. 2005. Purpose and context: selecting multiple methods for evaluating a pilot public information terminal. in: Bust, P. and McCabe, P. (ed.) Contemporary ergonomics. 2005 Taylor & Francis.
Trusted and trustworthy digital interactive TV: paradise lost or a paradise (to be) regained?
French, T. and Springett, M. 2005. Trusted and trustworthy digital interactive TV: paradise lost or a paradise (to be) regained? in: EuroITV 2005, 3rd European conference on interactive television, user-centered ITV systems, progammes and applications. Aalborg U. P..
A card-sorting probe of e-banking trust perceptions.
French, T., Liu, K. and Springett, M. 2007. A card-sorting probe of e-banking trust perceptions. in: Ball, L. (ed.) People and computers XXI: HCI-- but not as we know it: proceedings of HCI 2007, the 21st British HCI group annual conference. Swindon British Computer Society.
Affective and rational trust factors in e-banking.
French, T., Liu, K. and Springett, M. 2007. Affective and rational trust factors in e-banking. in: Jetter, H. and Gerken, J. (ed.) A simplified model of user experience for practical application. Konstanz Bibliothek der Universität Konstanz.
Characterising and understanding intangible trust factors.
French, T. and Springett, M. 2005. Characterising and understanding intangible trust factors. in: Knight, J. and Sheridan, J. (ed.) Proceedings of the 2nd international design and engagability conference (IDEC), September 6th 2005: engagability & design. Birmingham UCE Birmingham, Institute of Art and Design.
Reciprocal modelling as a mechanism for creative cooperation.
Cook, J. and Springett, M. 2000. Reciprocal modelling as a mechanism for creative cooperation. in: Proceedings of the AISB'00 symposium on creative & cultural aspects and applications of AI & cognitive Science. Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour.
The need for an interface accessibility initiative
Whitney, G. and Adams, R. 2003. The need for an interface accessibility initiative. in: Carbonell, N. and Stephanidis, C. (ed.) Universal Access: theoretical perspectives, practice, and experience: 7th ERCIM international workshop on user interfaces for all Berlin Springer.
Universal access heuristics for blind and visually impaired people who use ICT
Adams, R., Whitney, G. and Langdon, P. 2003. Universal access heuristics for blind and visually impaired people who use ICT. in: Stephanidis, C. (ed.) Universal access in HCI: inclusive design in the information society. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates..
Accessibility for all and tacit knowledge requirements of systems at work.
Adams, R. and Whitney, G. 2003. Accessibility for all and tacit knowledge requirements of systems at work. CEN / CENELEC / ETSI Conference on Accessibility for All. Nice 27 - 28 Mar 2003
Identifying and characterising diversity of the older car driver.
Bradley, M., Keith, S., Kolar, I. and Whitney, G. 2007. Identifying and characterising diversity of the older car driver. Bust, P. (ed.) Taylor & Francis.
The development of a participatory research methodology with older drivers.
Bradley, M., Keith, S., Whitney, G. and Wilson, J. 2007. The development of a participatory research methodology with older drivers. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Mobility and Transport for Elderly and Disabled Persons. Montréal, Québec.
Fit for purpose evaluation: the case of a public information kiosk for the socially disadvantaged.
Wong, B., Springett, M. and Keith, S. 2005. Fit for purpose evaluation: the case of a public information kiosk for the socially disadvantaged. in: People and Computers XIX - The Bigger Picture: Proceedings of HCI 2005 (BCS Conference) Springer Verlag. pp. 149-165
The use of design for all to support elderly blind and partially sighted users to retain their independence.
Whitney, G. 2003. The use of design for all to support elderly blind and partially sighted users to retain their independence. in: Stephanidis, C. (ed.) 10th International Conference on Human - Computer Interaction, Crete. Published in Universal Access in HCI: Inclusive Design in the Information Society Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.. pp. 1340-1344
Strategies for finding government information by older people
Curzon, P., Wilson, J., Keith, S. and Whitney, G. 2004. Strategies for finding government information by older people. in: User-Centered Interaction Paradigms for Universal Access in the Information Society: 8th ERCIM Workshop on User Interfaces for All , Vienna, Austria, June 28-29, 2004, Revised Selected Papers Heidelberg. Springer Berlin.
Successful strategies of older people for finding information
Whitney, G., Wilson, J. and Curzon, P. 2005. Successful strategies of older people for finding information. Interacting with Computers. 17 (6), pp. 660-671. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.intcom.2005.09.006
Enabling People with Sensory Impairments to Participate Effectively in Research
Whitney, G. 2006. Enabling People with Sensory Impairments to Participate Effectively in Research. Universal Access in the Information Society. 5 (3), pp. 287-291. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10209-006-0052-x