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Pervasive Computing is not yet fully realized, presenting critical challenges such as obtaining and choosing the relevant content and interfaces for user interaction, which is a hard task in many applications from diverse domains. This research work focuses on a proposal to facilitate the implementation of the desired smart interfaces that pervasive spaces should present. The research reported here is investigating how a generic personalization model can be generally defined, distributed among devices, and processed, and what it adds to human computer interaction in this kind of spaces. The work should present an overview on how personalization in pervasive systems can be evaluated.