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Context-Awareness on Mobile Devices - the Hydrogen Approach

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Context-Awareness on Mobile Devices - the Hydrogen Approach
Information about the user's environment offers new opportunities and exposes new challenges in terms of time-aware, location-aware, device-aware and personalized applications. Such applications constantly need to monitor the environment – called context - to allow the application to react accordingly to this context. Context-awareness is especially interesting in mobile scenarios where the context of the application is highly dynamic and allows the application to deal with the constraints of mobile devices in terms of presentation and interaction abilities and communication restrictions. Current context-aware applications often realize sensing of context information in an ad hoc manner. The application programmer needs to deal with the supply of the context information including the sensing of the environment, its interpretation and its disposal for further processing in addition to the primary purpose of the application. The close interweavement of device specific context han...
Thomas Hofer, Wieland Schwinger, Mario Pichler, Ge
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where HICSS
Authors Thomas Hofer, Wieland Schwinger, Mario Pichler, Gerhard Leonhartsberger, Josef Altmann, Werner Retschitzegger
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