Cognition-Aware Computing
Andreas Bulling, Max Planck Institute for Informatics
Thorsten O. Zander, Technical University of Berlin
Despite significant advances in context sensing and inference since its inception in the late 1990s, context-aware computing still doesn't implement a holistic view of all covert aspects of the user state. Here, the authors introduce the concept of cognitive context as an extension to the current notion of context with a cognitive dimension. They argue that visual behavior and brain activity are two promising sensing modalities for assessing the cognitive context and thus the development of cognition-aware computing systems.

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