Towards Context-Sensitive Intelligence

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Towards Context-Sensitive Intelligence
Even modern component architectures do not provide for easily manageable context-sensitive adaptability, a key requirement for ambient intelligence. The reason is that components are too large – providing black boxes with adaptation points only at their boundaries – and to small – lacking good means for expressing concerns beyond the scope of single components – at the same time. We present a framework that makes components more fine-grained so that adaptation points inside of them become accessible, and more coarse-grained so that changes of single components result in the necessary update of structurally constrained dependants. This will lead to higher quality applications that fit better into personalized and context-aware usage scenarios.
Holger Mügge, Tobias Rho, Marcel Winandy, Mar
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Updated 27 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2005
Where EWSA
Authors Holger Mügge, Tobias Rho, Marcel Winandy, Markus Won, Armin B. Cremers, Pascal Costanza, Roman Englert
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