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Amigo approach towards perceived privacy

By Maddy Janse, Peter Vink, LeeChin Yeo and Abdullah Al Mahmud

Abstract

Perceived privacy, i.e., how end-users perceive that the system affects their privacy, is one of the key aspects for the acceptance by users of ambient intelligent systems and one of the most complex to handle. Exploratory, field and conceptual design studies were conducted to generate user requirements as input and constraints for the development of mechanisms for the enforcement of privacy preferences. Based on these field studies, a model was created and a prototype was implemented in which the context, the content, and the presence of people was discovered, and shared under various privacy-sensitive conditions

Topics: Perceived privacy, Ambient intelligent system, Networked home environment, Extended home environment, Context-aware applications
Publisher: Springer
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:vtl.cc.swin.edu.au:swin:38963
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