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Compares the mobile to the general intention recognition problem for engineers
Provides an overview on methods used in mobile activity recognition
Introduces two new approaches that capture a larger class of mobile intention recognition problems than previous books
Mobile Intention Recognition addresses problems of practical relevance for mobile system engineers: how can we make mobile assistance systems more intelligent? How can we model and recognize patterns of human behavior which span more than a limited spatial context? This text provides an overview on plan and intention recognition, ranging from the late 1970s to very recent approaches. This overview is unique as it discusses approaches with respect to the specificities of mobile intention recognition. This book covers problems from research on mobile assistance systems using methods from artificial intelligence and natural language processing. It thus addresses an extraordinary interdisciplinary audience.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »GIS Mobile Services - Intelligent Mobile Assistance - Intention-Aware Mobile Services - Location-Based Services - Mild Context-Sensitivity - Mobile Intention Recognition - Plan Recognition - Spatially Constrained Grammars - Spatially Constrained Parsing - Spatio-Temporal Behavior Interpretation - Tree-Adjoining Grammars
Introduction.- Mobile Intention Recognition.- Related Approaches in Plan Recognition.- Mobile Intention Recognition with Spatially Constrained Grammars.- Evaluation and Discussion.- Conclusion and Outlook.