The paper proposes a model to design collaboration supports in pervasive environments through the notion of community. As in human communities, the degree of participation of a member can dynamically change in relation both to her physical location and to her position in the logical space of the applications the community uses to cooperate. The paper shows how this approach is able to make pervasive environments reactive to user behavior on the basis of a semantically rich context representation

Cabitza, F., Locatelli, M., Sarini, M., Simone, C. (2006). CASMAS: Supporting collaboration in pervasive environments. In Proceedings - Fourth Annual IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, PerCom 2006 (pp.286-295) [10.1109/PERCOM.2006.15].

CASMAS: Supporting collaboration in pervasive environments

CABITZA, FEDERICO ANTONIO NICCOLO' AMEDEO;LOCATELLI, MARCO PAOLO;SARINI, MARCELLO;SIMONE, CARLA
2006

Abstract

The paper proposes a model to design collaboration supports in pervasive environments through the notion of community. As in human communities, the degree of participation of a member can dynamically change in relation both to her physical location and to her position in the logical space of the applications the community uses to cooperate. The paper shows how this approach is able to make pervasive environments reactive to user behavior on the basis of a semantically rich context representation
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pervasive computing, collaboration, agent-based systems
English
Annual IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, PerCom 13 - 17 March
978-076952518-1
Cabitza, F., Locatelli, M., Sarini, M., Simone, C. (2006). CASMAS: Supporting collaboration in pervasive environments. In Proceedings - Fourth Annual IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, PerCom 2006 (pp.286-295) [10.1109/PERCOM.2006.15].
Cabitza, F; Locatelli, M; Sarini, M; Simone, C
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