Adaptive Information for Nomadic Activities. A process oriented approach

@inproceedings{Oppermann1999AdaptiveIF,
  title={Adaptive Information for Nomadic Activities. A process oriented approach},
  author={Reinhard Oppermann and Marcus Specht},
  booktitle={Software-Ergonomie},
  year={1999}
}
The paper describes the idea and the structure of a mobile information system under development in the HIPS project that allows for supporting nomadic activities. Nomadic activities are a widespread class of human activities. Many activities are distributed in time, space and social groups. In contrast to print media till now electronic information and communication media did not support nomadic activities. The worldwide Web, wired and wireless connectivity to networks, and small mobile devices… CONTINUE READING
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