Context modelling is one of the stages conducted during the context life cycle. It has the aim of giving meaning and structure to the collected context’s raw data. Although there are different context models proposed in the literature, we have identified some gaps that are not fully covered, particularly related to the reusability of the models themselves and the lack of consolidated and standardized onto-logical resources. To tackle this problem, we adopt a three-layered context ontology perspective and we focus on this paper in the middle layer, which is defined following a prescriptive process and structured in a modular way for supporting reuse.
CitationCabrera, O., Franch, X., Marco, J. A middle-level ontology for context modelling. A: International Conference on Conceptual Modeling. "34th International Conference, ER 2015, Stockholm, Sweden, October 19-22, 2015, Proceedings". Stockholm: Springer, 2015, p. 148-159.
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