Adaptive Building Intelligence
Modern approaches to the architecture of living and working environments emphasize the simple reconfiguration of space to meet the needs, comfort and preferences of its inhabitants and to minimize the consumption of resources such as power. The configuration can be explicitly specified by a human building manager, but there is now increasing interest in the development of intelligent buildings equipped with standard sensors (e.g. presence, temperature, illumination, humidity) and effectors (e.g. lights, window blinds, wall-switches) that adapt to the needs of its inhabitants without human Intervention Show more
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Journal / seriesInstitute of Neuroinformatics University/ETH Zurich (Tech Report)
Organisational unit03453 - Douglas, Rodney J.
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