Context-Aware Groupware Systems and Video Games: State of the Art

@article{MontanJimnez2013ContextAwareGS,
  title={Context-Aware Groupware Systems and Video Games: State of the Art},
  author={Luis G. Montan{\'e}-Jim{\'e}nez and E. Ben{\'i}tez-Guerrero and Carmen Mezura-Godoy},
  journal={2013 Mexican International Conference on Computer Science},
  year={2013},
  pages={55-59}
}
A Context-Aware Groupware System (CAGS) is software that enables the members of a team to communicate, cooperate and coordinate their activities in order to achieve a common goal, by providing them tools which are aware of their current execution context and adapt accordingly. CAGS are present in multiple domains (e.g. health, tourism), and particularly, in entertainment, collaborative videogames are a current topic of interest. This paper surveys the state of the art of CAGS, and particularly… Expand

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