Towards Memory-Aware Services and Browsing through Lifelogging Sensing
AbstractEvery day we receive lots of information through our senses that is lost forever, because it lacked the strength or the repetition needed to generate a lasting memory. Combining the emerging Internet of Things and lifelogging sensors, we believe it is possible to build up a Digital Memory (Dig-Mem) in order to complement the fallible memory of people. This work shows how to realize the Dig-Mem in terms of interactions, affinities, activities, goals and protocols. We also complement this Dig-Mem with memory-aware services and a Dig-Mem browser. Furthermore, we propose a RFID Tag-Sharing technique to speed up the adoption of Dig-Mem. Experimentation reveals an improvement of the user understanding of Dig-Mem as time passes, compared to natural memories where the level of detail decreases over time. View Full-Text
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Arcega, L.; Font, J.; Cetina, C. Towards Memory-Aware Services and Browsing through Lifelogging Sensing. Sensors 2013, 13, 15113-15137.
Arcega L, Font J, Cetina C. Towards Memory-Aware Services and Browsing through Lifelogging Sensing. Sensors. 2013; 13(11):15113-15137.Chicago/Turabian Style
Arcega, Lorena; Font, Jaime; Cetina, Carlos. 2013. "Towards Memory-Aware Services and Browsing through Lifelogging Sensing." Sensors 13, no. 11: 15113-15137.