Modeling and Using Context: 6th International and Interdisciplinary Conference, CONTEXT 2007, Roskilde, Denmark, August 20-24, 2007, Proceedings / Edition 1

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Here are the refereed proceedings of the 6th International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Modeling and Using Context. The 42 papers deal with the interdisciplinary topic of modeling and using context from various perspectives, including computer science, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, linguistics, organizational science, philosophy, and psychology. In addition, readers discover applications in areas such as medicine and law.

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Default Inferences in Metaphor Interpretation.- MDD Approach for the Development of Context-Aware Applications.- Of Situations and Their Neighbors.- Conceptual Analysis of Interdisciplinary Scientific Work.- Towards a Methodology for Context Sensitive Systems Development.- Meaning, Contexts and Justification.- Local Context Selection for Aligning Sentences in Parallel Corpora.- Context in Use for Analyzing Conversation Structures on the Web Tied to the Notion of Situatedness.- Using Context for the Extraction of Relational Views.- Context Modeling: Task Model and Practice Model.- Context Modeling: Context as a Dressing of a Focus.- Service-Context Unified Knowledge Representation for Autonomic Adaptation.- Goal Reasoning with Context Record Types.- Context-Oriented Domain Analysis.- A Semantics for Changing Frames of Mind.- The Influence of Task Contexts on the Decision-Making of Humans and Computers.- Context and Design Agents.- On Relating Heterogeneous Elements from Different Ontologies.- ReCQ: Real-World Context-Aware Querying.- Objective vs. Subjective Scales: The Challenge That the Scale Type Poses to the JUDGEMAP Model of Context Sensitive Judgment.- Similarity Measurement in Context.- Delimited Continuations in Operating Systems.- Explanations and Context in Ambient Intelligent Systems.- Context-Sensitivity of Human Memory: Episode Connectivity and Its Influence on Memory Reconstruction.- Enhancing Just-in-Time E-Learning Through Machine Learning on Desktop Context Sensors.- Coping with Unconsidered Context of Formalized Knowledge.- OCCAM: Ontology-Based Computational Contextual Analysis and Modeling.- User Profiling with Hierarchical Context: An e-Retailer Case Study.- Context-Aware Security Management System for Pervasive Computing Environment.- VIVACE Context Based Search Platform.- AcroDef: A Quality Measure for Discriminating Expansions of Ambiguous Acronyms.- Risk Context Effects in Inductive Reasoning: An Experimental and Computational Modeling Study.- Representing Context in Web Search with Ontological User Profiles.- Thai Text Coherence Structuring with Coordinating and Subordinating Relations for Text Summarization.- Three Interactions Between Context and Epistemic Locutions.- Do You Believe What Eye Believe?.- Investigating the Specifics of Contextual Elements Management: The CEManTIKA Approach.- Distributed Document Contexts in Cooperation Systems.- Integrating Engineering, Cognitive and Social Approaches for a Comprehensive Modeling of Organizational Agents and Their Contexts.- Fields as Dimensions of Context: An Application of Bourdieu’s Sociological Theory to Modelling of Context of Social Action.- Context Sensitivity: Indexicalism, Contextualism, Relativism.- An Operational Definition of Context.

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