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Type de document : Article de congrès

Par : Schmidt, Albrecht | Kranz, Matthias | Holleis, Paul

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  • Observing mobile phone information push services it appears that endless information is available. Users can subsricbe to many different messaging services. However, much of the information is interesting only in a very specific context of use. We investigae how information can be provided to users - exactly when it is needed. Our approach is based on a variety of information displays unobtrusively embedded into the user's environment. We place the information displays in context. In contrast to the traditional approach on context-awareness where a context is recognized and then the appropriate information is delivered we look at providing information already in context.

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