Towards an ontology-based context-aware meta-model for the software domain

  • Erfani M
  • Rilling J
  • Keivanloo I
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Over the last decade, contextual modeling has gained on importance due to the wide spread introduction of ubiquitous computing. Common to these systems is that they integrate contextual information to improve situated cognition and awareness as well as stakeholders' usage experience with these systems. While domains such as Web 3.0, which shares many commonalities with the software domain, have made context-awareness as part of their solution space, the software domain still lacks the same rate of adoption. In our research, we introduce an ontology based context-aware meta-model to capture and formalize different context abstraction levels.

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  • Semantic Web
  • context-awareness
  • meta-modeling

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  • Mostafa Erfani

  • Juergen Rilling

  • Iman Keivanloo

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