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Mobile devices are becoming increasingly multi-functional and personal, providing mobile applications with the necessary user information (e.g., preferences, personal calendar) to achieve personalization. At the same time, detection technologies (e.g., Radio Frequency IDentification, or RFID) allow mobile devices to detect nearby physical entities, and thus(More)
Recent technological developments in the area of mobile devices in combination with the ubiquity of mobile connectivity have turned handheld devices into rich mobile web clients. On the other hand, we witness an increased number of web resources that are no longer only available in HTML but also in RDF format. In order to access relevant information in a(More)
Due to advancements in mobile technology and connectivity, mobile devices have become fully-fledged web clients. At the same time, more and more Semantic Web data is becoming available, to a point where it becomes usable for various mobile application scenarios. However, most applications are limited to using pre-defined query endpoints in order to access(More)
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