Contextual Identity

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Monday Session 4 Space D

Conference: IIW10 May 17-19, 2009 this is the complete Complete Set of Notes

Expression and communication of Context must be encoded in a way common to the domain to allow for it's use by another party.

Context is the cross section of attributes and data points of several entities relevant to a particular situation.

Agents / Context Brokers can act upon context to provide contextually relevant options or actions. In a non automated world, this agent is ourselves, or our conscience.

Context includes attributes from and is affected by Social situations, legal considerations, and conventions.