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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
For effective real-life use, digital libraries must incorporate resource and system policies and adapt to user preferences and device characteristics. The caT (context-aware Trellis) hypertext model incorporates these policies and adaptation conditions within the Petri net specification of the digital library to support context-aware delivery of digital documents in a dynamically changing environment. This paper describes extensions to the caT architecture for supporting adaptation via smarterdoi:10.1007/3-540-45747-x_24 fatcat:q2zljdb5vvb75dfdvww2rkmp4e