The implementation of assistance systems for Intelligent Environments still is a challenging task. Behavioral models help to derive supportive actions from the observation by sensors. But the creation of such models on the level of detail required is a resource consuming task. Methods for the (partly) generation of behavioral models for use cases require protocolled event traces. This paper suggests an approach to record user behavior without the need of real users performing in the real environment. Results of this method can easily be incorporated into the model generation.
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