Dynamic Context Bindings in Pervasive Middleware

@article{Broens2007DynamicCB,
  title={Dynamic Context Bindings in Pervasive Middleware},
  author={Tom H. F. Broens and Marten van Sinderen and Aart van Halteren and Dick A. C. Quartel},
  journal={Fifth Annual IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops (PerComW'07)},
  year={2007},
  pages={443-448}
}
Context-awareness (CA) enables the development of personalized pervasive services. Current context-aware infrastructures focus on middleware solutions to support acquisition, usage and management of context. However, using context requires the CA application to create a binding between itself and one or more context producing entities. Creating this binding is the responsibility of the CA application developer, which is often an extensive manual task. The ad hoc availability of context… CONTINUE READING

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