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Context-aware computing support for the educationally disadvantaged

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Context-aware computing support for the educationally disadvantaged
The educationally disadvantaged people in contextaware computing are those without any programming experience, and are unable to build context-aware applications with the current level of available prototyping support. iCAP is a system that assists this group of non-programmers in visually designing contextaware applications without writing any code. Individuals are then able to rapidly prototype their application in a simulated or real context-aware environment. Through iCAP, programming context-aware computing is made intuitive and viable for the educationally disadvantaged.
Timothy Sohn
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Year 2003
Where VL
Authors Timothy Sohn
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