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DAPI: Distributed, Ambient and Pervasive Interactions

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IdentifiersC.DAPI - DBLP
DescriptionEmerging "intelligent" or "smart" environments react in an attentive, adaptive, and active (sometimes proactive) way to the presence and activities of humans and objects in order to provide intelligent/smart services to the inhabitants of these environments. Related technologies integrate sensing capabilities, processing power, reasoning mechanisms, networking facilities, applications and services, digital content, and actuating capabilities distributed in the surrounding environment. While a wide variety of different technologies is involved, the underlying goal is to either entirely hide their presence from users or to smoothly integrate within the surrounding context as enhanced environment artifacts rather than as technological gadgets. This way, the computing-oriented connotation of technology essentially fades-out or even disappears in the environment, providing seamless and unobtrusive interaction paradigms. Therefore, people and their social situation, ranging from individuals to groups, be them work groups, families or friends and their corresponding environments (office buildings, homes, public spaces, etc) are at the centre of the design considerations. The conference objective is to provide an international forum for the dissemination and exchange of scientific information on theoretical, generic, and applied issues of Distributed, Ambient and Pervasive Interaction in novel technological environments.
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Edition Year Dates Location Website HCIBib Links Papers Pages
1 2013 07-21 / 07-26 Las Vegas, Nevada 55 517
2 2014 06-22 / 06-27 Heraklion, Crete, Greece 58 643
3 2015 08-02 / 08-07 Los Angeles, California 63 702