Intelligent Context-Sensitive Interactions on Desktop and the Web
Authors: 
Alan J. Dix
Authors: 
Tiziana Catarci
Authors: 
Benjamin Habegger
Authors: 
Yannis Ioannidis
Authors: 
Azrina Kamaruddin
Authors: 
Akrivi Katifori
Authors: 
Giorgos Lepouras
Authors: 
Antonella Poggi
Authors: 
Devina Ramduny-Ellis
Date published: 
2006
Published In: 
AVI Workshop on Context in Advanced Interfaces (CAI), Venice, Italy, May 2006, pp. 23-27
Type: 
Conference Article
Abstract: 

In this paper we describe briefly three systems: onCue a desktop internet-access toolbar, Snip!t a web-based bookmarking application and ontoPIM an ontology-based personal task-management system. These embody context issues to differing degrees, and we use them to exemplify more general issues concerning the use of contextual information in 'intelligent' interfaces. We look at issues relating to interaction and 'appropriate intelligence', at different types of context that arise and at architectural lessons we have learnt. We also highlight outstanding problems, in particular the need to computationally describe and communicate context where reasoning and inference is distributed.

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