Characterization, Comparison and Systematization of Context Ontologies

@article{Martins2012CharacterizationCA,
  title={Characterization, Comparison and Systematization of Context Ontologies},
  author={H{\'e}lio Martins and Nuno Silva},
  journal={2012 Sixth International Conference on Complex, Intelligent, and Software Intensive Systems},
  year={2012},
  pages={983-988}
}
Traditionally, context models are created in a top down approach: first the application and its functionality are defined, and then the necessary context models are developed. Ontologies are now widely accepted as instrument for context modeling in pervasive computing applications, leveraging knowledge sharing, logic inference or knowledge reuse. They become the most common approach in recent years when it comes to modeling contexts, leading to a bottom-up context modeling approach, and… CONTINUE READING

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