A framework for context-based adaptation (for collaboration)

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The topic of our talk focuses on definitions of context and approaches in computer science to model context in adaptive or context-aware systems. We present briefly an own context-understanding, a multi-layered framework for context-based adaptation. We present some current examples for context-based adaptation and conclude with some further thoughts about adding unstructured information such as tags to our context understanding to be able to mediate knowledge between different contexts and users.


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