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COMODE: A Framework for the Development of Context-Aware Applications in the Context of MDE

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2 Author(s)
Vale, S. ; LERIA, Univ. of Angers, Angers ; Hammoudi, S.

Most researches on ubiquitous computing focus on context capture and adaptation. The lack of a well-defined context model inhibits identification, reasoning and reuse of context and context-aware elements. In this paper we propose the development of model-driven context-aware applications. We present the COMODE framework for modeling context-aware applications in the context of MDE (model driven engineering). By concerns separation (business and contextual ones) in individual models and by transformation techniques context can be provided, modeled and adapted independently of business logic and platform details. We also present in this paper our proposition of a context metamodel and the parameterized transformation to apply context into business models.

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Internet and Web Applications and Services, 2009. ICIW '09. Fourth International Conference on

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24-28 May 2009

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