Steps Towards Making Contextualized Decisions : How to Do What You Can, with What You Have, Where You Are

Abstract : Context-aware applications need facilities for recognizing and adapting to context to provide useful and user-centered results. There are several problems to be addressed when building context-aware applications, two of which being how to define and manage all available contextual information and how to distinguish relevant from non-relevant context for a given task. In this paper, we focus on the second problem and propose a context definition and model for context-aware multi-agent system architecture. We exploit this model to build agents that learn to select relevant context and to use it when making decisions.
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Oana Bucur, Philippe Beaune, Olivier Boissier. Steps Towards Making Contextualized Decisions : How to Do What You Can, with What You Have, Where You Are. 2005. ⟨emse-00680267⟩

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