Goal Orientated System

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The smart environment is made up of numerous ubiquitous computing devices. They each function to sense and actuate according to a given occupant’s need. But what happens when one device contradicts the other? How can the devices cooperate so that a ubiquitous computing environment responds correctly, as a whole?


The answer is a system driven by a user’s goal – where the system generates the strategy.


A user’s needs may be quite varied and the smart environment’s devices must cooperate with each other in unison. In addition, as users add or remove devices to their smart environment, ubiquitous computing technologies must easily allow for such user changes.


If the design objectives are laid out in a systematic way it is possible to translate them into a series of sequential steps. Therefore they are programmable in terms of computation for a Goal Orientated System.


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