Modeling and Using Context: 5th International and Interdisciplinary Conference, CONTEXT 2005, Paris, France, July 5-8, 2005, Proceedings, Volume 5

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Anind Dey
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 24, 2005 - Computers - 572 pages
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Context is of crucial importance for research and applications in many disciplines, as evidenced by many workshops, symposia, seminars, and conferences on specific aspects of context. The International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Modeling and Using Context (CONTEXT), the oldest conference series focusing on context, provides a unique interdisciplinary emphasis, bringing together participants from a wide range of disciplines, including artificial intelligence, cognitive science, computer science, linguistics, organizational science, philosophy, psychology, ubiquitous computing, and application areas such as medicine and law, to discuss and report on context-related research and projects. Previous CONTEXT conferences were held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (1997), Trento, Italy (1999, LNCS 1688), Dundee, UK (2001, LNCS 2116), and Palo Alto, USA (2003, LNCS 2680). CONTEXT 2005 was held in Paris, France during July 5–8, 2005. There was a strong response to the CONTEXT 2005 Call for Papers, with 120 submissions received. A careful review process assessed all submissions, with each paper first reviewed by the international Program Committee, and then reviewer discussions were initiated as needed to assure that the final decisions carefully considered all aspects of each paper. Reviews of submissions by the Program Chairs were supervised independently and anonymously, to assure fair consideration of all work. Out of the 120 submissions, 23 were selected as full papers for oral presentation, and 20 were selected as full papers for poster presentation. These outstanding papers are presented in this proceedings.
 

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Contents

Modelling the Context of Learning Interactions in Intelligent Learning Environments
1
Contextual Modals
15
Understanding Context Before Using It
29
A Semantic Perspective
41
TaskRealization Models in Contextual Graphs
55
ContextDependent and Epistemic Uses of Attention for PerceptualDemonstrative Identification
69
Utilizing Visual Attention for CrossModal Coreference Interpretation
83
Meaning in Context
97
Contextual Information Systems
304
Context Building Through SociallySupported Belief
316
A Quantitative Categorization of Phonemic Dialect Features in Context
326
ContextOriented Image Retrieval
339
An Approach to Data Fusion for Context Awareness
353
Dynamic Computation and Context Effects in the Hybrid Architecture AKIRA
368
GoalDirected Automated Negotiation for Supporting Mobile User Coordination
382
In Defense of Contextual Vocabulary Acquisition How to Do Things with Words in Context
396

Descriptive Naming of Context Data Providers
112
Quotations and the Intrusion of Nonlinguistic Communication into Utterances
126
Mobile Phone Talk in Context
140
Unsupervised Clustering of Context Data and Learning User Requirements for a Mobile Device
155
Identification of Textual Contexts
169
Investigation of Context Effects in Iterated Prisoners Dilemma Game
183
A Study on Improving Cell Phone Awareness
197
ContextAware Adaptation in a Mobile Tour Guide
210
Multilevel Specification of Emotion and Expressivity in Embodied Conversational Agents
225
Modeling Context for Referring in Multimodal Dialogue Systems
240
An Incremental Approach to ContextBased Web Search
254
Context Adaptive Selfconfiguration System Based on Multiagent
268
Effect of the Task Visual and Semantic Context on Word Target Detection
278
Ontology Facilitated Community Navigation Who Is Interesting for What I Am Interested in?
292
Simulation Study
410
Minimality and Nondeterminism in Multicontext Systems
424
I as a Pure Indexical and Metonymy as Language Reduction
436
Granularity as a Parameter of Context
450
Identifying the Interaction Context in CSCLE
464
ContextBased Approach and Technological Framework
476
Threat Assessment Technology Development
490
Making Contextual Intensional Logic Nonmonotonic
501
Modeling Context as Statistical Dependence
515
Robust Utilization of Context in Word Sense Disambiguation
529
Contextual Dimensions and Heuristics
542
Applications of a ContextManagement System
556
Author Index
570
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