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This paper presents our design and development of a description logics-based planner for providing context-driven content adaptation services. This approach dynamically transforms requested Web content into a proper format conforming to receiving contexts (e.g., access condition, network connection, and receiving device). Aiming to establish a semantic foundation for content adaptation, we apply description logics to formally define context profiles and requirements. We also propose a formaldoi:10.4018/jssoe.2010092106 fatcat:7crlczlqujh3rc5tgqx6b6l5fi