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Driving assistance systems (DAS) offer support in potentially dangerous situations, especially for unexperienced drivers. Co-operative systems improve their performance by sharing information with each other. One key-enabler for describing and exchanging context between intelligent vehicles, which use it for reasoning about their environment, is a common context-model. In this paper, we briefly discuss the influence of the driving context on decision-making and present an OWL-baseddoi:10.4108/icst.ambisys2008.2869 dblp:conf/ambisys/FuchsRLK08 fatcat:hjkls7d65fatlgriddbaqjyue4