Issue No. 03 - May/June (2003 vol. 18)
Patrick Br?zillon , National Center for Scientific Research and University of Paris 6
<p>Computing will be soon be ubiquitous, forcing the human-centered-computing paradigm to focus on the notion of context. Humans and computers don't function in isolation. We must jointly consider the human, the computer, the task at hand, and the context in which it occurs. The author discusses the importance of explicit, dynamic context in human-centered intelligent systems and how he and his colleagues implemented a context-based formalism called contextual graphs.</p>
artificial intelligence, context-based intelligent assistant systems, contextual graphs, decision making, context modeling in knowledge and reasoning representations, context-based knowledge management, context-based communication management
P. Br?zillon, "Focusing on Context in Human-Centered Computing," in IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 18, no. , pp. 62-66, 2003.