N. Norouzi, G. Bruder, B. Belna, S. Mutter, D. Turgut, and G. Welch

A Systematic Review of the Convergence of Augmented Reality Intelligent Virtual Agents, and the Internet of Things


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N. Norouzi, G. Bruder, B. Belna, S. Mutter, D. Turgut, and G. Welch. A Systematic Review of the Convergence of Augmented Reality Intelligent Virtual Agents, and the Internet of Things. In F. Al-Turjman, editors, Intelligence in Internet of Things, pp. 1–24, Springer Transactions on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence Book Series, 2019.

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Abstract:

In recent years we are beginning to see the convergence of three distinct research fields: augmented reality (AR), intelligent virtual agents (IVAs), and the Internet of things (IoT). Each of these has been classified as a disruptive technology for our society. Since their emergence, the advancement of knowledge and development of technologies and systems in these fields were traditionally performed with limited input from each other. However, over recent years, we have seen research prototypes and commercial products being developed that cross the boundaries between these distinct fields to leverage their collective strengths. In this paper, we review the body of literature published at the intersections between each two of these fields, and we discuss a vision for the nexus of all three technologies.

BibTeX:

@incollection{Norouzi-2019-IoT-AR,
    author = "N. Norouzi and G. Bruder and B. Belna and S. Mutter and D. Turgut and G. Welch",
	title = "A Systematic Review of the Convergence of Augmented Reality Intelligent Virtual Agents, and the Internet of Things",
	editor = "F. Al-Turjman",
	booktitle = "Intelligence in Internet of Things",
	publisher = "Springer Transactions on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence Book Series",
	pages = "1--24",
    year = "2019",
    abstract = {In recent years we are beginning to see the convergence of three distinct research fields: augmented reality (AR), intelligent virtual agents (IVAs), and the Internet of things (IoT). Each of these has been classified as a disruptive technology for our society. Since their emergence, the advancement of knowledge and development of technologies and systems in these fields were traditionally performed with limited input from each other. However, over recent years, we have seen research prototypes and commercial products being developed that cross the boundaries between these distinct fields to leverage their collective strengths. In this paper, we review the body of literature published at the intersections between each two of these fields, and we discuss a vision for the nexus of all three technologies. },
}

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