Type

Conference Proceedings

Authors

Vincent Patrick Wade
Ruaidhri Sean Power
Declan O'Sullivan
David Lewis
Owen Conlan

Subjects

Computer Science

Topics
service ontology ubiquitous computing service driven architecture information services ad hoc pervasive computing computer science adaptive services

Utilizing context in adaptive information services for pervasive computing environments (2004)

Abstract Ubiquitous and pervasive computing environments have the potential to provide rich sources of information about a user and their surroundings. Such context information may form a ba-sis upon which Adaptive Information Services may be adapted. However, the nature of context in-formation means that it is usually gathered in an ad-hoc and distributed manner with many devices and sensors storing potentially relevant data. The reconciliation and reasoning across this information presents a research challenge, but has the possibility of yielding valuable insights about users. In an ad-hoc pervasive computing environment, determining context information cannot rely on a fixed meta-data schema. This work shows how an ontology driven context service architecture will perform distributed open schema queries over heterogeneous context sources in order to provide information service adaptation.
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Vincent Patrick Wade, Ruaidhri Sean Power, Declan O'Sullivan, David Lewis, Owen Conlan

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Vincent Patrick Wade
Trinity College Dublin
Total Publications: 123
 
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Declan O'Sullivan
Trinity College Dublin
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David Lewis
Trinity College Dublin
Total Publications: 65