Context-aware systems are pervading everyday life, there- fore context modeling is becoming a relevant issue and an expanding research field. This survey has the goal to pro- vide a comprehensive evaluation framework, allowing appli- cation designers to compare context models with respect to a given target application; in particular we stress the anal- ysis of those features which are relevant for the problem of data tailoring. The contribution of this paper is twofold: a general analysis framework for context models and an up- to-date comparison of the most interesting, data-oriented approaches available in the literature.

A data-oriented survey of context models

BOLCHINI, CRISTIANA;QUINTARELLI, ELISA;SCHREIBER, FABIO ALBERTO;TANCA, LETIZIA
2007

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Context-aware systems are pervading everyday life, there- fore context modeling is becoming a relevant issue and an expanding research field. This survey has the goal to pro- vide a comprehensive evaluation framework, allowing appli- cation designers to compare context models with respect to a given target application; in particular we stress the anal- ysis of those features which are relevant for the problem of data tailoring. The contribution of this paper is twofold: a general analysis framework for context models and an up- to-date comparison of the most interesting, data-oriented approaches available in the literature.
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