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Paper: “Context-aware views for mobile users”

The paper “Context-aware views for mobile users” (extended abstract), authored by the Context-ADDICT Team has been accepted at the 10th DELOS Thematic Workshop on Personalized Access, Profile Management, and Context Awareness in Digital Libraries – PersDL 2007, held in conjunction with the UM 2007 Conference on the 29th and 30th June 2007 in Corfu, Greece. [...]

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The paper “Context-Based Data Tailoring for Mobile Users” by Letizia Tanca has been presented, as an invited talk, to GI-Fachtagung für Datenbanksysteme in Business, Technologie und Web – BTW 2007.

Independent, heterogeneous, distributed, sometimes transient and mobile data sources produce an enormous amount of information that should be semantically integrated and filtered, or, as we say, [...]

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The paper “CADD: a tool for context modeling and data tailoring” by Cristiana Bolchini, Carlo A. Curino, Giorgio Orsi, Elisa Quintarelli, Fabio A. Schreiber and Letizia Tanca has been accepted at Mobile Data Management (MDM’07) Mannheim, Germany, May 7 – 11, 2007 — Demo Session

The aim of this demonstration is the presentation of 1) the [...]

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The paper “Context integration for mobile data tailoring” by C. Bolchini, C. Curino, F. A. Schreiber, L. Tanca will be presented at the Int. Conf. on Mobile Data Management, Nara, J, May, 2006.

Independent, heterogeneous, distributed, sometimes transient and mobile data sources produce an enormous amount of information that should be semantically integrated and filtered, or, [...]

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Book chapter: “Data Management”

The paper “Data Management” by C. Bolchini, F. A. Schreiber and L. Tanca will appear in the book “Mobile Information Systems – Infrastructure and Design for Adaptivity and Flexibility”, edited by B. Pernici, published by Springer, 2006.

The book includes other papers on the result of the MAIS project.
A multichannel mobile environment offers very interesting challenges [...]

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