Contribution in edited book
User Model



Publication Details
Authors:
Behrenbruch, K.; Söllner, M.; Schuldt, M.; Schmidt, L.
Editor:
David, K.; Geihs, K.; Leimeister, J. M.; Roßnagel, A.; Schmidt, L.; Stumme, G.; Wacker, A.
Publisher:
Springer
Place:
Cham
Publication year:
2014
Pages range:
59-70
Book title:
Socio-technical Design of Ubiquitous Computing Systems
ISBN:
9783319050430

Abstract
The acceptance  of ubiquitous systems differs between individuals. This chapter presents research results on this topic in the form of a user model  that systematically describes the influence of personality factors  on the acceptance of Ubiquitous Computing (UC). In addition to the traditional factors of acceptance, trust  and the perceived legal certainty  are considered in the model. The result connects user characteristics with the determinants of the acceptance for UC. The findings are based on surveys conducted with the application Meet-U . Potentialities for using the results to design acceptable applications are derived.

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