by Tim EllisAmbient Intelligence - A Novel Paradigm details the current state-of-the-art and new research techniques including those related to intelligent visual monitoring, face and speech recognition, innovative education methods, as well as smart and cognitive environments. This edited report includes a description of the iDorm as an example of a smart environment conforming to the AmI paradigm, and explains the introduction of computer vision as an important component of the system. Other computer-vision examples span visual monitoring for the elderly, classic and novel surveillance techniques using clusters of cameras installed in in-door and out-door application domains, and the monitoring of public spaces. Also included is a discussion of face-and-speech recognition systems, as well as enhanced LEGO blocks for novel educational purposes. Lastly, the authors discuss how a cybernetic system can be designed as the backbone of a human machine interaction.
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