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added CommunityQuestions link

Welcome to

This Website is a platform to diskuss and deploy stuff related to user context.

The main and first goal of this place is to discuss and build up a UserContextOntology. A top-level RDF Schema for modeling and processing user context. Besides mere user context *data* the UserContextOntology will also provide operators and comparators for that data. Hence, two parties can share their user context data and will be able to understand and process the user context information at least on the upper level we define here.

So, what you can find here soon is this:

  • Wiki: for (a) diskussion and (b) documentation
  • Ontology/Ontologies: Data schema(s) - most probably in RDFS
  • Sources: Interfaces containing operators, comparators, similarity measures, etc. working on the data - at the beginning this will be in Java only
  • Links to project pages of this usercontext group
  • Relevant material (papers) of this usercontext group
  • Maybe: Relevant external material (papers) which will be closed to the world (e.g. PDFs of AAAI workshops which must not be published)

Later on we will host more on this site:

  • Test and example code working with the UserContextOntology.
  • Sources of or links to working implementations of user context aware systems / modules - you could call them ReferenceImplementations.
  • Maybe: sources of and links to open-source projects for user context aware systems (or the open-source parts/modules of them).

The website is still under construction, and, while evolving it will be only available for a closed group: the participants of the "Modeling and Retrieval of Context" workshops plus some more selected persons. As soon as there is some meaningful material here we will open up the gates for the whole world.

Persons involved in this project

  • Sven Schwarz
  • Philipp Mohr
  • Lorcan Coyle

Useful Links to follow from here

  • CommunityQuestions - what communities do we need/use

SVN, source-code, ontologies

‚Äč ("Browse Sources" button/tab at the top-right) allows browsing the "sources" (including ontologies and whatever data). Mind, that this should only be used for taking a short look or overview over what's there.

Working with the sources should be done using an SVN client (e.g. subclipse: an eclipse plugin, or svn: at the command line). The URL for the SVN repository is                to be used as repository in subclipse; alternatively:     for one specific project

As you can see, is used for SVN while is the webfrontend for SVN.

AboutTrac links to the original start wiki page of this TRAC framework.