Context Toolkit: Tutorial: References
The first paper is a good paper to read if you want
some background on context and context-aware computing and it gives some
insight on why we designed the toolkit like we did. The second
paper discusses the concept of a context widget. The third
paper goes into the details of the context toolkit design with a sample
application (Conference Assistant) as an example. The fourth
paper describes the most complex context-aware application that we have
built, the Conference Assistant.
A list of the all the publications on the Context
Toolkit is located here.
Towards a Better Understanding of Context and Context-Awareness
Anind K. Dey and Gregory D. Abowd.
GVU Technical Report GIT-GVU-99-22. Submitted to the 1st International
Symposium on Handheld and Ubiquitous Computing (HUC
'99), June 1999.
The Context Toolkit: Aiding the Development of Context-Enabled
Daniel Salber, Anind K. Dey and Gregory D. Abowd.
In the Proceedings of the 1999 Conference on Human Factors in Computing
Systems (CHI '99),
Pittsburgh, PA, May 15-20, 1999. pp. 434-441.
An Architecture To Support Context-Aware Applications.
Anind K. Dey, Daniel Salber, Masayasu Futakawa and Gregory D. Abowd.
GVU Technical Report GIT-GVU-99-23. Submitted to the 12th Annual ACM
Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST
'99), June 1999.
The Conference Assistant: Combining Context-Awareness
with Wearable Computing
Anind K. Dey, Masayasu Futakawa, Daniel Salber & Gregory D. Abowd.
In the Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Wearable
Computers (ISWC '99), San Francisco,
CA, October 20-21, 1999. pp. 21-28
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