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2008 The Second International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies
Ubiquitous mobile applications often require dynamic context information for user-specific computation. However, state-of-the-art platforms, frameworks, and programming languages used for developing such applications do not directly support context-dependent behavior with first class entities. Instead, context-aware functionality is tangled with the application's core concerns, which increases complexity, and hinders separation of concerns and further software evolution. This paper motivatesdoi:10.1109/ubicomm.2008.56 fatcat:5csiytx4gbgwxpqwjtwu3w3h3q