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The number of interruptions people experience on a daily basis has grown considerably over the last decade and this growth has not shown any signs of subsiding. In fact, with the exponential growth of mobile computing, interruptions are permeating the user experience. Systems must be developed to manage interruptions by reasoning about ideal timings of interactions and determining appropriate notification formats. In this work, an architecture for a cloud-based interruption management systemdoi:10.1016/j.procs.2014.07.086 fatcat:cyqmr45qyva6dbye2ptl5mp6yi