Towards a Comprehensive Model of Context for Mobile and Wireless Computing

@inproceedings{Tarasewich2003TowardsAC,
  title={Towards a Comprehensive Model of Context for Mobile and Wireless Computing},
  author={Peter Tarasewich},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2003}
}
A key to the success of mobile applications is the proper use of context. This paper presents a model of context for mobile and wireless computing environments. The model consists of three categories of context – environment, participants, and activities – along with any interactions that may exist between and within the categories. Time is also incorporated into the model, allowing for a context history that can be used for predicting future context. The model can be used as a guide to the… CONTINUE READING
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