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Tue Jul 3, 12:00-14:00 UTC

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Attendance

  • Christophe, Gottfried
  • Claudia
  • Jim
  • Liddy
  • Vassilis
  • Andres
  • Andy
  • Gregg

Approval of last minutes

Minutes 2012-06-26 Meeting on Context Description approved.

Review of the Context Description table

See Context Description.

Do we want to give names to context or describe their functional requirements?

  • Continuum between giving names and give exact data.
  • E.g. "Home" is not a globally unique environment, it expresses a person's own home environment. "Home" is a name for a situation rather than describing the situation in detail.
  • Looking at terms describing the environment of the user using a product.
  • Useful for disambiguating a situation.
  • Two types of context properties: giving names (idiosyncratic) vs. data description

How to go about schema.org?

  • Schema.org can provide properties for location & activities
  • AccessForAll Metadata is doing accessibility metadata in schema.org (learning resources people)
  • Schema.org is search-engine driven
  • We could define a new object "Context", and link existing terms as fields (e.g. coffee shop)
  • Light-weight alternative: Just use the labels of the classes, e.g. "CafeOrCoffeeShop".

What to do about conditions that contain context properties that have undefined values?

  • Environmental data is typically patchy
  • Some property values may be undefined
  • "Try harder" concept: Use a simple match first, and if it doesn't work, use a more sophisticated matching.
  • Fuzzy logic: compute with undefined values, and if the condition evaluates to undefined, don't use the preference
  • Alternative: Assume default values. Easier to compute.
  • Device/environment could ask the user for values.
  • Can this be implementation specific? - But it can make a big difference.
    • Should be known by an entity writing a preference into a user profile.
  • We should also connect to the device properties group.

Next steps

  • Have a discussion with Dan Brickley on schema.org
  • People fill in terms in Context Description table

Action Items

Fill table at http://wiki.gpii.net/index.php/Context_Properties with information from other projects and standards:

  • Vassilis: User Profile Ontology, paper on context modeling, SOUPA ontologies
  • Claudia: ISO 9241-11 Annex A
  • Christophe: RFCs 4589 & 4480
  • Andy: Schema.org & ISO/IEC 24751
  • Gottfried: Contact somebody from MyUI
  • Andres: UsiXML & ISO/IEC 24756
  • Gottfried: WHO ICF, ISO/IEC 24752

See also: ISO 8601, XML Schema Definition - Part 2

Future Meetings

Possible dates & times (to be announced by Gottfried ahead of the meeting):

  • Wed Jul 11, 12-14 UTC = 14-16 CET (not available: Gregg, Christophe, Claudia)
  • Tue Jul 17, 12-14 UTC = 14-16 CET (not available: Gottfried)
  • Tue Jul 24, 12-14 UTC = 14-16 CET
  • Tue Jul 31, 12-14 UTC = 14-16 CET

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