ARTÍCULO DE CONFERENCIA
a systematic mapping study for intelligent user interfaces-iui
Cedillo Orellana, Irene Priscila
Bermeo Arpi, Alexandra Elizabeth
Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI) facilitate human-machine interaction, through which the user makes use of a general system in a more efficient way. These interfaces are helpful for different types of users, specifically for people with disabilities, seniors, among others. These interfaces belong to a type of intelligent systems that are capable of self-adapt to users with different health problems, this is possible through the determination of behavior characteristics that distinguishes each user from another. In this paper, a systematic mapping of the Intelligent User Interfaces is presented, which allow developers to determine which applications are adopting those interfaces with emphasis on Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) technologies. The Kitchenham's methodology has been applied in order to perform this secondary study, after the execution of the review, a total of 43 primary studies was selected and classified, thus allowing us to obtain the results presented in this contribution. Â© 2017 IEEE.