An infrastructure for context-awareness based on first order logic

  title={An infrastructure for context-awareness based on first order logic},
  author={Anand Ranganathan and Roy H. Campbell},
  journal={Personal and Ubiquitous Computing},
Context simplifies and enriches human-human interaction. However, enhancing human-computer interaction through the use of context remains a difficult task. Applications in pervasive and mobile environments need to be context-aware so that they can adapt themselves to rapidly changing situations. One of the problems is that there is no common, reusable model for context used by these environments. In this paper, we propose a model of context that is based on first order predicate calculus. The… CONTINUE READING
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