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Establishing Multi-Criteria Context Relations Supporting Ubiquitous Immersive Participation

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Author(s): Jamie Waltersand Theo Kanter | Rahim Rahmani

Journal: International Journal of Ad Hoc, Sensor & Ubiquitous Computing
ISSN 0976-2205

Volume: 4;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 59;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Context - Awareness | Immersive Participation | Context | Context Models | Internet Of Things | Con text Proximity | Sensor Information | P2p Context

ABSTRACT
ImmersiveParticipationentailsmassive participatory activitiesin the Internetengagingpeople, placesand objects. Thisispremised on the existence of anInternet of Thingsinfrastructure supportingapplications and services with the same richness of experience as the World Wide Web.Thisin turnpresupposes the existence of models for establishing and maintaining context relations. Where thesemodels do exist, they impose a limited interpretation of context relations in the presence of the inherentheterogeneous and dynamic characteristics of the supporting information. In this paper we introduce anapproach towards establishing context relations through the use of an improved context relational modelpermitting a wider, more complete range of application specific scenarios. Additionally, wederiveameasure ofcontext proximity that considers the situation, attributes, relations, accuracy andheterogeneity of both the underlying information and the vast array of requirements for metricssupporting application problem domains
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