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A Semantic Context Model for Location-Based Cooperative Mobile Computing

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A Semantic Context Model for Location-Based Cooperative Mobile Computing
—This paper addresses context issues in pervasive mobile computing and presents a semantic context model to support location based cooperative mobile applications. In this paper, a mobile learning prototype has been discussed as a scenario for evaluation of the context model. A Bluetooth based wireless solution is introduced for the purpose of integrating this model with the current e-learning system at UCE Birmingham. The aim of our research is to investigate some essential issues on a suitable context pattern applicable to contextual cooperative mobile computing. Keywords-pervasive mobile computing; context template; context ontology; Context Middleware I. BACKGROUND Pervasive computing describes a computing paradigm whose primary characteristics are ubiquity and invisibility [1]. In posing the question “mobile, pervasive, ubiquitous or wireless?” the observation is made that the term ‘mobile wireless communication’ is used in conjunction with or interchangeably with pervas...
Bin Hu, Philip Moore, Hsiai-Hwa Chen
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICC
Authors Bin Hu, Philip Moore, Hsiai-Hwa Chen
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