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Internet of Things Presentation - Document Generation Study

  1. 1. Technology for Pervasive Computing End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation Andrei Miclaus Till Riedel Michael Beigl Configuration Users Contextual Documentation Home Automation Things More Things KIT – University of the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg and National Research Center of the Helmholtz Association www.kit.edu
  2. 2. Opportunities and Complexity 2 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  3. 3. Installation Changes 3 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Home Automation Challenges ! Identification: What device is this? ! Association: What should this device do? ! Progress control: What state is the system in? ! Professionals are to costly in this domain Updates Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  4. 4. 4 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Why Appropriate Help is Important [Beckmann et.al. 2004] Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  5. 5. 5 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Custom Solutions Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  6. 6. 6 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing The Conceptual Model ? Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  7. 7. 7 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Instrumentation for Installation Tasks ! Sensors placed on the components and on the tools [Antifakos et. al. 2002] Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  8. 8. 8 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Augmented Reality Manual [Niels 2013] Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  9. 9. 9 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Our Approach – Generated documentation ! Fusion of context and system models ! Optimized documentation System Models Context User Information Context adapted, up-to-date Information Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  10. 10. 10 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Example Documentation Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  11. 11. Contextual Documentation 11 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Scenario Model Augmentation Document Generation Home Automation App Store Configuration 3rd Party Hardware Device Bindings Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  12. 12. 12 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Pen and Paper Interface for Digital-less Configuration ! (Anoto)Digital pen for recording the input of the users ! Configuration sheets for function to device association ! Generated configuration sheets from system/app models 3 4 2 5 5 6 6 4 2 Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  13. 13. 13 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Filling out a Configuration Sheet Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  14. 14. 14 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing OpenHAB Runtime Models Thing UI Icon ! Ecore models as primary runtime artifacts ! Information always up-to-date Manufacturer Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  15. 15. Installing Apps Dimmer HueLampXZ1 "Lamp to dimm" (RoomLights) {hue="1"} Number bPart1 ”Ambient light sensor 1" (LightSensors) {bPart="Light:00078078FA6F"} 15 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  16. 16. ! 14 Participants – randomly assigned ! Installation of 3 Apps ! 1 hour duration ! Observation and user experience questionnaires 16 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing User Study Control Group Standard manuals shipped with the devices Experimental Group Generated documentation based on the scenario context Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  17. 17. 17 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing During the study Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  18. 18. 18 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing During the study – a bit messier Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  19. 19. Excellent Good Above Average Below Average Bad Standard 19 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing UEQ Benchmark Generated Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  20. 20. 20 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Time to Completion Improvement! Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  21. 21. 21 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Summary & Future work ! User support through optimized documentation ! Using system models ! Combined with context information ! Installation and documentation was pure paper based ! Significant time to completion improvement Future Work ! Improve user experience ! Investigate if other system models yield potential for documentation generation – especially industrial models Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  22. 22. Contact: miclaus@teco.edu 22 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing Thank You for Your Attention! Andrei Miclaus – End-User Installation of Heterogeneous Home Automation Systems Using Pen and Paper Interfaces and Dynamically Generated Documentation
  23. 23. Please see more in the paper 23 17/10/14 Technology for Pervasive Computing References ! Beckmann, C., Consolvo, S., & LaMarca, A. (2004). Some Assembly Required: Supporting End-User Sensor Installation in Domestic Ubiquitous Computing Environments. In UbiComp 2004: Ubiquitous Computing SE - 7 (Vol. 3205, pp. 107–124). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. ! Antifakos, S., Michahelles, F., & Schiele, B. (2002). Proactive Instructions for Furniture Assembly. In Proceedings of the 4th international conference on Ubiquitous Computing (pp. 351–360). London, UK, UK: Springer-Verlag. ! Niels, P. (2013). Intelligente Augmented Reality Handbücher Zeigen, wie’s geht - Werkerunterstützung für die Fabrik der Zukunft. Retrieved July 16, 2013, from http://av.dfki.de/projects_recent/ar-handbook ! Laugwitz, B., Held, T., & Schrepp, M. (2008). Construction and Evaluation of a User Experience Questionnaire. In A. Holzinger (Ed.), HCI and Usability for Education and Work SE - 6 (Vol. 5298, pp. 63–76). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Andrei Miclaus – Modellgetriebene Generierung natürlichsprachlicher Benutzeranleitungen

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