Developing a Theory and Practise of Pervasive Information Capture, Processing, Visualisation and Documentation

Elizabeth Ann Coulter-Smith

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Abstract

Developing a theoretical framework for pervasive information environments is an enormous goal. This paper aims to provide a small step towards such a goal. The following pages report on our initial investigations to devise a framework that will continue to support locative, experiential and evaluative data from 'user feedback' in an increasingly pervasive information environment. We loosely attempt to outline this framework by developing a methodology capable of moving from rapid-deployment of software and hardware technologies, towards a goal of the realistic immersive experience of pervasive information. We propose various technical solutions and address a range of problems such as; information capture through a novel model of sensing, processing, visualization and cognition.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Design of Communication - Documenting and Designing for Pervasive Information
Pages96
Number of pages102
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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