ThinkMind // CENTRIC 2014, The Seventh International Conference on Advances in Human-oriented and Personalized Mechanisms, Technologies, and Services
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Notes: IARIA Conference.
Lasse Berntzen, Vestfold University College - Tønsberg, Norway
Stephan Böhm, RheinMain University of Applied Sciences - Wiesbaden, Germany
Event editions: - there are 6 editions.
Location: Nice, France
Dates: from October 12, 2014 to October 16, 2014
Articles: there are 16 articles
Making the Most of Customer Product Reviews
Florian Volk, Janette Pitzschel, and Max Mühlhäuser
keywords: online product reviews, product rating, rating decomposition, customer-centric, review systems
Mobile App Marketing: A Conjoint-based Analysis on the Importance of App Store Elements
Stephan Böhm and Stefan Schreiber
keywords: Mobile App Marketing; App Store Elements; App Marketing; Consumer Preference; Conjoint Analysis
Gender Differences in Gesture-based Interaction
Manolya Kavakli and Yan Ling Chen
keywords: gesture analysis; gender differences; human computer interaction; consumer research; perception of technology.
Assessment of Expectations and Needs of a Sensor Network to Promote Elderly’s Sense of Safety and Security
Annica Kristoffersson, Ella Kolkowska, and Amy Loutfi
keywords: Ambient Assisted Living; Adaptive Personalization; Safety; User Expectations
Towards Universally Usable Smart Homes – How Can MyUI, URC and openHAB Contribute to an Adaptive User Interface Platform?
Lukas Smirek, Gottfried Zimmermann, and Daniel Ziegler
keywords: Adaptive User Interface; Abstract User Interface; Ambient Intelligence; Ambient Assisted Living (AAL); Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure (GPII); Smart Home; Universal Usability; Universal Remote Console (URC)
User Models and Domain Ontologies for Generating Personalized Questions and Answers
keywords: user models; personalized content generation; domain ontologies, multilingual language generation
Design and Personalisation: For a Person of by a Person?
Tom Fisher and Iryna Kuksa
keywords: Personalisation; inclusive design; design-led social innovation; mass customisation; co-creation; social policy.
EMMA: A Context-Aware Middleware for Energy Management on Mobile Devices
André Ebert, Florian Dorfmeister, Marco Maier, and Claudia Linnhoff-Popien
keywords: mobile energy management; contextual service provision
Human-Centric and Privacy-Protecting Trust Establishment over the Internet
Holger Kinkelin, Heiko Niedermayer, Simon Mittelberger, and Georg Carle
keywords: trust establishment, authentication, access control
Security and Safety Composition Methodology
Seraj Fayyad and Josef Noll
keywords: security composition; safety composition; component interconnection; sensor security; IoT; security attributes; privacy.
User-centric Recommendation Model for AAC based on Multi-criteria Planning
Sebastián Sastoque Hernández, Daniela Mancilla Valdés, Jesús Mendoza Medina, and Marcela Iregui Guerrero
keywords: Personalized recommendation, AAC, Multi-criteria, Planning, Hybrid recommender, Phrase Prediction.
Towards an Integration of Process Modeling and GDSS for Crisis Management
Heiko Thimm and Robert Katura
keywords: Crisis Management; Process Modelling; Process Automation; Group Decision Support Systems
Interaction-based Ontology Modeling for User-Centric Social Networks Environments
Luigi Di Caro, Alice Ruggeri, and Guido Boella
keywords: ontology modeling, social network modeling
Centricity in Project Risk Management: Towards a Conceptual Framework for Improved Practice
Jose Irizar and Martin Wynn
keywords: project management; centricity; risk; risk identification; risk management; risk assessment; subjective construct; conceptual model
A Surveillance System to Counter Vandalism of Transmission Line Equipment
JohnPaul Asiimwe, Adella Kyohairwe, Cosmas Mwikirize, and Richard Okou
keywords: UETCL; Surveillance; Machine Vision; GPRS
Communication Behavior Modification -Application for Promoting Wi-Fi Network Usage by Visualizing Usage History-
Sumaru Niida, Hidetoshi Yokota, and Shigehiro Ano
keywords: service quality; user experience; human-centered design; human-network interaction; field study.