Thermal comfort conditions in the built environment are strictly related not only to the thermal and geometric building features and to air-conditioning systems, but also to the building using profile and to the biological-metabolic-psychological characteristics of the users. Consequently it is useful to formalize new models, both subjective and adaptive to the environmental scenery, in a particular holistic vision of the problem, strongly addressed towards the personalization of the service. Through the paper the characterization of a model, enriching that proposed by Fanger with an adaptive approach, is carried out using a Multi Agent System (MAS), an Intelligent Agent able to follow user in his own needs and preferences and to adapt to the changes of context variables.

A Subjective Adaptive Approach for Comfort in Indoor Environments based on Multi-Agent Systems

MARINO, Concettina;NUCARA, Antonino Francesco;PIETRAFESA, Matilde Mariarosa Consolata
2008

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Thermal comfort conditions in the built environment are strictly related not only to the thermal and geometric building features and to air-conditioning systems, but also to the building using profile and to the biological-metabolic-psychological characteristics of the users. Consequently it is useful to formalize new models, both subjective and adaptive to the environmental scenery, in a particular holistic vision of the problem, strongly addressed towards the personalization of the service. Through the paper the characterization of a model, enriching that proposed by Fanger with an adaptive approach, is carried out using a Multi Agent System (MAS), an Intelligent Agent able to follow user in his own needs and preferences and to adapt to the changes of context variables.
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