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This work presents mPASS (mobile Pervasive Accessibility Social Sensing), a social and ubiquitous context aware system to provide users with personalized and accessible pedestrian paths and maps. In order to collect a complete data set, our system gathers information from different sources: sensing, crowdsourcing and data produced by local authors and disability organizations. Gathered information are tailored to user's needs and preferences on the basis of his/her context, defined by his/herdoi:10.1109/hpcsim.2014.6903776 dblp:conf/hpcs/MirriPS14 fatcat:f6y4oz2ogrfddkegnyj2siv4tq