Shoji Kurakake

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We study the case of integrating situational reasoning into a mobile service recommendation system. Since mobile Inter-net services are rapidly proliferating, finding and using appropriate services requires profound service descriptions. As a consequence, for average mobile users it is nowadays virtually impossible to find the most appropriate service among(More)
One of the biggest challenges in future application development is device heterogeneity. In the future, we expect to see a rich variety of computing devices that can run applications. These devices have different capabilities in processors, memory, networking, screen sizes, input methods, and software libraries. We also expect that future users are likely(More)
There has been much research on user activity assistance applications using the location of users and objects as context. However people's activities are described in terms of time sequence aspect in addition to location aspect. Therefore, it is important for enhanced user activity support systems to consider the user's context in terms of spatio-temporal(More)
We have been developing a task-based service navigation system that offers to the user for his selected services relevant to the task the user wants to perform. We observed that the tasks likely to be performed in a given situation depend on the user's role such as businessman or father. To further our research, we constructed a role-ontology and utilized(More)