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Ubiquitous Attentiveness - Enabling Context-Aware Mobile Applications and Services

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Ubiquitous Attentiveness - Enabling Context-Aware Mobile Applications and Services
Abstract. We present a concept called ‘ubiquitous attentiveness’: Context information concerning the user and his environment is aggregated, exchanged and constitutes triggers that allow mobile applications and services to react on them and adapt accordingly. Ubiquitous attentiveness is particularly relevant for mobile applications due to the use of positional user context information, such as location and movement. Key aspects foreseen in the realization of ubiquitously attentive (wearable) systems are acquiring, interpreting, managing, retaining and exchanging contextual information. Because various players own this contextual information, we claim in this paper that a federated service control architecture is needed to facilitate ubiquitous attentive services. Such a control architecture must support the necessary intelligent sharing of resources and information, and ensure trust.
Herma Van Kranenburg, Alfons H. Salden, Henk Eerti
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where EUSAI
Authors Herma Van Kranenburg, Alfons H. Salden, Henk Eertink, Ronald van Eijk, Johan de Heer
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