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Mobile Context Awareness by Tom Lovett, Eamonn O'Neill

By Tom Lovett, Eamonn O'Neill

Mobile context-awareness is a well-liked examine development within the box of ubiquitous computing. Advances in cellular equipment sensory and the increase of ‘virtual’ sensors similar to net software programming interfaces (APIs) suggest that the cellular consumer is uncovered to an unlimited diversity of information that may be used for brand spanking new complicated purposes. Mobile Context Awareness provides paintings from business and educational researchers, concentrating on novel equipment of context acquisition within the cellular setting – rather by utilizing actual and digital sensors – in addition to examine into new purposes applying this context. furthermore, the booklet offers insights into the technical and usefulness demanding situations enthusiastic about cellular context-awareness, in addition to observations on present and destiny tendencies within the field.

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6) induces a new set of formulas that capture the structure of failed activities and ties them together with the existing formulas in the seed theory. 2 returns are ones that are not satisfiable in the worlds with failed activities. At the same time, variants of those formulas were consistent with the examples of successful actions occurring in the games. Therefore, I represents the difference between a theory that models only successful activities and the augmented theory of both successful and failed actions, that has been derived from it.

Sadilek and H. 1. The closed-world assumption is applied, therefore all atoms not listed are assumed to be false. For clarity, we omit listing the adjacent() predicate Set S: Successful Capture Set F : Failed Capture enemies(P1 , P2 ) enemies(P4 , P5 ) enemies(P2 , P1 ) enemies(P5 , P4 ) onEnemyTer(P2 , 2) onEnemyTer(P5 , 2) onEnemyTer(P2 , 3) onEnemyTer(P5 , 3) onEnemyTer(P5 , 1) capturing(P1 , P2 , 2) failedCapturing(P4 , P5 , 2) isFree(P1 , 1) isFree(P4 , 1) isFailedCaptured(P4 , 1) isFree(P1 , 2) isFree(P4 , 2) isFailedCaptured(P4 , 2) isFree(P1 , 3) isFree(P4 , 3) isFailedCaptured(P4 , 3) isFree(P2 , 1) isFree(P5 , 1) isFailedCaptured(P5 , 1) isFree(P2 , 2) isFree(P5 , 2) isFailedCaptured(P5 , 2) isCaptured(P2 , 3) isFree(P5 , 3) isFailedCaptured(P5 , 3) snap(P1 , C5, 1) snap(P4 , C17, 1) snap(P1 , C10, 2) snap(P4 , C34, 2) snap(P1 , C10, 3) snap(P4 , C0, 3) snap(P2 , C9, 1) snap(P5 , C6, 1) snap(P2 , C10, 2) snap(P5 , C34, 2) snap(P2 , C10, 3) snap(P5 , C7, 3) samePlace(P1 , P2 , 2) samePlace(P4 , P5 , 2) samePlace(P2 , P1 , 2) samePlace(P5 , P4 , 2) samePlace(P1 , P2 , 3) samePlace(P2 , P1 , 3) our domain, we introduce new predicate variables captureType (whose domain is {capturing, failedCapturing}), freeType (over {freeing, failedFreeing}), and stateType over {isCaptured, isFailedCaptured, isFree, isFailedFree} For instance, variabilizing a first-order ML formula freeing(a, b, t) ⇒ ¬enemies(a, b) 2 Modeling Success, Failure, and Intent of Multi-Agent Activities 29 yields a second-order ML formula freeType(a, b, t) ⇒ ¬enemies(a, b) (note that freeType is now a variable).

All experiments are performed on our capture the flag dataset consisting of four separate games. 4, where for each game we list the number of raw GPS readings and the number of instances of each activity of interest. We evaluate the models via four-fold cross-validation, always training on three games (if training is required for a model) and testing against the fourth. For each experimental condition below, we report precision, recall, and F1 scores attained by each respective model over the four cross-validation runs.

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