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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Context-aware systems are software systems which adapt their behaviour according to the context of use. The requirements engineering phase is recognized as a primordial step to develop robust implementations of context-aware systems since it establishes a comprehensive understanding of the problem space. This paper proposes the Context-Oriented Domain Analysis (CODA) model which is a specialized approach for analyzing, structuring, and formalizing the software requirements of context-aware systems.doi:10.1007/978-3-540-74255-5_14 fatcat:gn3xtgjqobcd7nzmlo3cushvf4