Publikation

Supporting Interaction with Digital Product Memories

Alexander Kröner, Jens Haupert, José de Gea Fernández, Rainer Steffen, Christian Kleegrewe, Martin Schneider

In: . SemProM - Foundations of Semantic Product Memories for the Internet of Things. Seiten 223-242 ISBN 978-3-642-37376-3 Springer Berlin - Heidelberg 5/2013.

Abstrakt

On its way along the supply chain, a product may be exposed to physical actors with very different requirements to the interaction with a DPM. For in-stance, while human users may precisely perceive a given productŽs visual shape, they have to rely on a "mediating device"; in order to create and apply content stored in a DPM. In contrast, robots may directly access the data stored in a DPM, but may require specific data in order to get a better "understanding"; of a physical interaction task. Finally, DPMs may have to interact with other DPMs in their sur-rounding, for instance, in order to delegate communication tasks. This article re-views components of the access layer, a part of the SemProM interaction architec-ture, which have been introduced for supporting tasks particularly common to the interaction of humans, robots, and DPMs with DPMs.

Projekte

Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence