Human-Centered Virtual Machine
The objective of this chapter is to outline the computational framework of intelligent multimedia multi-agent systems based on the human-centered approach. The title human-centered virtual machine encapsulates the integration of conceptual components of the human-centered system development framework and the technology based artifacts used to realize the conceptual components at the computational level.
KeywordsAgent Layer Task Constraint Decision Class Technological Artifact Psychological Scale
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