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A User Profile Ontology For Situation-Aware Social Networking

Abstract : Today, more and more people possess mobile devices. This enables them to have access to a wide range of services, but also to be contacted anytime, anywhere, which can cause discom- fort. Users should have full control on who can reach them and how, depending on their current situation: when at work, we wish a friend didn't interrupted us, but when having a family dinner, we wish a call related to work didn't occur. Even more, situation changes need to be detected in real-time, since preferences change a lot. We present in this paper an ontology-based user profile model, that allows users to have a situation-aware social network, by controlling how reachable they are for specific categories of people in a given situation.
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Johann Stan, Elod Egyed-Zsigmond, Adrien Joly, Pierre Maret. A User Profile Ontology For Situation-Aware Social Networking. 3rd Workshop on Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Ambient Intelligence (AITAmI2008), Jul 2008, Patras, Greece. ⟨ujm-00378723⟩



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