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This chapter explores how to enable sustained car conversations across

different platforms including mobile phones and in-car phone resources. This

research adds to current work on session management models for sustained

and dynamic interaction by presenting a user-controlled session management

model that addresses the explicit/implicit session management dichotomy in

multiple media situations. The model is illustrated with a car conversation

system prototype – SeamlessTalk.

The user-controlled session management model developed is yet to be evaluated

in real use, however. Considering the complex and situated nature of

mobility, empirical evaluations of the usefulness of SeamlessTalk would advance

this work further. The next step of the study is to equip a number of cars

with SeamlessTalk for assessing user-controlled session management in the

everyday life of work and leisure of users.

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