Using and Determining Location in a Context-Sensitive Tour Guide

  title={Using and Determining Location in a Context-Sensitive Tour Guide},
  author={Nigel Davies and Keith Cheverst and Keith Mitchell and Alon Efrat},
  journal={IEEE Computer},
W e began our work on the Lancaster Guide project in 1997 with the aim of exploring the issues arising from developing and deploying context-sensitive applications. Specifically, we aimed to develop and deploy a context-sensitive tour guide for the city of Lancaster, UK. Motivated by the work on CyberGuide at Georgia Tech, we envisioned a system that could provide tailor-made tours for visitors by adapting its behavior to changes in a user’s location. For example, the system would generate a… CONTINUE READING
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