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Modeling and Using Context
The paper focuses on a difficult problem when formalizing knowledge: What about the possible concepts that didn't make it into the formalization? We call such concepts the unconsidered context of the formalized knowledge and argue that erroneous and inadequate behavior of systems based on formalized knowledge can be attributed to different states of the unconsidered context; either while formalizing or during application of the formalization. We then propose an automatic strategy to identifydoi:10.1007/978-3-540-74255-5_26 dblp:conf/context/MandlL07 fatcat:mgphlu3ozjel7g6gzpb2bdkicq