1 Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Aarhus University, Aarhus University2 Alexandra Instituttet A/S3 Alexandra Instituttet A/S
As computers and software systems move beyond the desktopand into the physical environments we live and workin, the systems are required to adapt to these environmentsand the activities taking place within them. Making applicationscontext-aware and representing context informationalong side application data can be a challenging task. Thispaper describes how digital context traditionally has beenrepresented in hypermedia data models and how this representationcan scale to also represent physical context. TheHyCon framework and data model, designed for the developmentof mobile context-aware hypermedia systems, arepresented as concrete examples of a model combining applicationdata, hypermedia structures and context informationin one model.
International Workshop on Context in Mobile Hci, 2005
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The International workshop on Context in Mobile HCI in conjunction with MobileHCI05, 2005