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Exploring the responsibilities of single-inhabitant Smart Homes with Use Cases

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Exploring the responsibilities of single-inhabitant Smart Homes with Use Cases
This paper makes a number of contributions to the field of requirements analysis for Smart Homes. It introduces Use Cases as a tool for exploring the responsibilities of Smart Homes and it proposes a modification of the conventional Use Case structure to suit the particular requirements of Smart Homes. It presents a taxonomy of Smart-Home-related Use Cases with seven categories. It draws on those Use Cases as raw material for developing questions and conclusions about the design of Smart Homes for single elderly inhabitants, and it introduces the SHMUC repository, a web-based repository of Use Cases related to Smart Homes that anyone can exploit and to which anyone may contribute.
Paul Lyons, An Tran Cong, H. Joe Steinhauer, Steph
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where JAISE
Authors Paul Lyons, An Tran Cong, H. Joe Steinhauer, Stephen Marsland, Jens Dietrich, Hans W. Guesgen
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