Feedback Mechanisms for Smart Systems

Aus SDQ-Institutsseminar
Vortragende(r) Jan Bauer
Vortragstyp Bachelorarbeit
Betreuer(in) Anne Koziolek
Termin Fr 13. März 2020
Kurzfassung The talk will be held remotely from Zurich at and will be streamed to room 348. You can attend via GotoMeeting or in person in room 348.

Feedback mechanisms have not yet been sufficiently researched in the context of smart systems. From the research and the industrial perspective, this motivates for investigations on how users could be supported to provide appropriate feedback in the context of smart systems. A key challenge for providing such feedback means in the smart system context might be to understand and consider the needs of smart system users for communicating their feedback.

Thesis Goal: The goal of this thesis is the creation of innovative feedback mechanisms, that are tailored to a specific context within the domain of smart systems. Already existing feedback mechanisms for software in general and smart systems in particular will be assessed and the users´ needs regarding those mechanisms will be examined. Based on this, improved feedback mechanisms will be developed, either by improving on existing ones or by inventing and implementing new concepts. The overall aim of these innovative feedback mechanisms is to enable smart system users to effectively and efficiently give feedback in the context of smart systems.