Supporting Systematic Usage of Context in Web Applications

Joachim Wolfgang Kaltz and Jürgen Ziegler

Context can be seen as a paradigm aiming to improve user interaction with software. For Web applications in particular, the issues of content explosion and technological constraints need to be addressed better. This paper discusses an approach for engineering context-aware, adaptive Web applications. This approach integrates context knowledge with domain ontologies, and allows adaptation to be specified for each aspect of application generation. We further describe CATWALK, our implemented framework, which makes use of the context models to enable adaptivity in applications.

Subjects: 1.6 Engineering And Science

Submitted: Feb 11, 2006


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