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    ContextNet: Context Reasoning and Sharing Middleware for Large-scale Pervasive Collaboration and Social Networking

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    Context-awareness is widely recognized as the core element of modern pervasive systems, but so far has been handled mainly from the perspective of individual users, and for medium-scale applications. On the other hand, wide-scale collaboration, coordination and social interactions can be strongly enhanced by real-time distribution of context data and by performing context- based reasoning over context data and events generated by sets of autonomously moving users or vehicles. For example, in team or task force applications, on-line monitoring of the movement pattern of the group may determine success or failure of a collaborative work. Project ContextNet aims at provisioning context services for wide- and large-scale pervasive collaborative applications such as on-line monitoring or coordination of mobile entities' activities, and information sharing through social networks.

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    Title : ContextNet: Context Reasoning and Sharing Middleware for Large-scale Pervasive Collaboration and Social Networking
    Author(s) : M. Endler, G. Baptista, L.D. Silva, R. Vasconcelos, M. Malcher, V. Pantoja, V. Pinheiro, J. Viterbo
    Abstract : Context-awareness is widely recognized as the core element of modern pervasive systems, but so far has been handled mainly from the perspective of individual users, and for medium-scale applications. On the other hand, wide-scale collaboration, coordination and social interactions can be strongly enhanced by real-time distribution of context data and by performing context- based reasoning over context data and events generated by sets of autonomously moving users or vehicles. For example, in team or task force applications, on-line monitoring of the movement pattern of the group may determine success or failure of a collaborative work. Project ContextNet aims at provisioning context services for wide- and large-scale pervasive collaborative applications such as on-line monitoring or coordination of mobile entities' activities, and information sharing through social networks.
    Keywords : Context processing, scalability, pervasive computing

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    Area : Computer Science
    Language : English
    Year : 2011

    Affiliations Dep. of Informatics, PUC-Rio, Brazil
    Conference_title : ACM/USENIX International Middleware Conference
    Url : http://www.inf.puc-rio.br/~endler/paperlinks/ContextNet-MW-2011

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