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ORESTEIA -MODULAR HYBRID ARTEFACTS WITH ADAPTIVE FUNCTIONALITY

The main objective of ORESTEIA IST project is to define, design and validate the internal architecture and the collaborative functionality of artefacts with embedded hybrid intelligence. The targeted artefacts will possess encapsulated local decision capabilities, as well as on-line adaptability of their behavior, while being able to communicate to each other producing new more complex functionalities. Micro-power sources will enable artefacts to "live" in an autonomous mode.
The proposal focuses on the creation of artefacts responsible for interaction with humans, possessing modularity, hybrid architecture composed of subsymbolic and symbolic components which continuously interact with each other, adaptable functionality and ability to communicate with each other and with information sites based on common structure of the information they possess, extract and exchange. Of particular importance to the project is the design of collections of artefacts providing health status analysis and hazard avoidance.
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Tales of the Disappearing Computer: Workshop on Attention Control Architectures and Ubiquitous Computing

Contacts:

Prof. Srefanos Kollias
Image, Video and Multimedia Lab.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
National Technical University of Athens
9 Iroon Polytechniou Str.
Zographou 157 73, Athens, Greece
Tel: (+30) 210 772 2488, Fax: (+30) 210 772 2492
E- mail: stefanos@cs.ntua.gr
Dr. Nicolas Tsapatsoulis (Web Site Administrator)
Image, Video and Multimedia Lab.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
National Technical University of Athens
9 Iroon Polytechniou Str.
Zographou 157 73, Athens, Greece
Tel: (+30) 210 772 3037, Fax: (+30) 210 772 2492
E- mail: ntsap@image.ntua.gr