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Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Context, Information and Ontologies - CIAO '09
Web-based knowledge systems support an impressive and growing amount of information. Among the difficulties faced by these systems is the problem of overwhelming the user with a vast amount of data, often referred to as information overload. The problem has escalated with the ever increasing issues of time constraints and the extensive use of handheld devices. The use of context is one possible way out helping with this situation. To provide a more robust approach to context gathering wedoi:10.1145/1552262.1552269 fatcat:oe4hdaaqprc4nlbocbwyeadjdy