Quality of Context : What It Is And Why We Need It

@inproceedings{Buchholz2003QualityOC,
  title={Quality of Context : What It Is And Why We Need It},
  author={Thomas Buchholz and Axel K̈upper and Michael Schiffers},
  year={2003}
}
When people interact with each other, they implicitly make use of context information while intuitively deducing and interpreting their actual situation. Compared to humans, IT infrastructures cannot easily take advantage of context information in interactions. Typically, context information has to be provided explicitly. Recently, cellular network operators have been showing interest in offering Context-Aware Services (CAS) in the future. For a service to be context-aware it must be able to… CONTINUE READING
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