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A Survey of Context Modeling for Pervasive Cooperative Learning

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5 Author(s)
Moore, P. ; Birmingham City Univ., Birmingham ; Bin Hu ; Xiaomei Zhu ; Campbell, W.
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Context represents a fundamental issue in research into pervasive and cooperative computing applications. This paper presents a survey on context modelling issues, together with a discussion on approaches to context modelling in intelligent context-aware pervasive systems. There is a parametric evaluation of the approaches considered, the conclusion drawn being that ontology-based modelling approach represents the optimal approach. The paper concludes with potential directions for future work.

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Information Technologies and Applications in Education, 2007. ISITAE '07. First IEEE International Symposium on

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23-25 Nov. 2007