|1||Introduction to “the context problem”|
|2||Context for software agents||
Brown, P. J., J. D. Bovey, and X. Chen. “Context-aware applications: from the laboratory to the marketplace.” IEEE Personal Communications, 4(5) (October 1997).
Lieberman, Henry, and David Maulsby. “Software That Just Keeps Getting Better.” IBM Systems Journal, Volume 35, Nos. 3 & 4 (1996).
|3||Designing User Interfaces for Just-In-Time Information||
Rhodes, Bradley. Bulding a Contextually Aware Associative Memory (unpublished draft).
Wickens, CD. “Engineering Psychology and Human Performance.” In Engineering Psychology and Human Performance, Scott Foesman Little Brown, 1992, 74-115 (only skim 74-88).
Norman, Don. “How might we interact with agents?” In Software Agents. Edited by J. Bradshaw. AAAI Press/MIT Press, 1997.
|4||Context for learning by example||
Lieberman, Henry. Integrating user interface agents with conventional applications.
Potter, Richard. Just-in-Time Programming.
|5||Lenat, Doug. The Dimensions of Context-Space.|
Tufte, Edward. The Visual Display of Quantitative Information.
Shneiderman, Ben. Information Visualization.
Cooper, Muriel. Computers and Design.
|7||The role of background knowledge as context||
Guha and Doug Lenat. Cyc.
Lehnert, Wendy. Computers and Car Bombs.
Brooks, Rod. Intelligence without Representation.
|8||Systems that adapt to context||
Selker, Ted. COACH: A Teaching Agent That Learns.
Rich, Elaine. Stereotypes and User Modeling.
|9||Philosophical and mathematical positions on context||
Barwise, Jon, and John Perry. Situations and Attitudes.
Suchman, Lucy. Situated Systems.
Nardi, Bonnie. Context and Consciousness.
|10||Machine Learning and formal approaches||
Mitchell, Tom,and Langley, Pat. Machine Learning.
Neville-Manning, Craig, and David Maulsby. Sequitur.
McCarthy, John. Circumscription.
|11||Sensing context from the environment|
|12||Psychological and social perspectives on context||
Nass, Cliff, and Byron Reeves. The Media Equation.
Bates, Joseph. The Role of Emotion in Believable Agents.
Laurel, Brenda. Metaphors with Character.
|13||Final Project Reports|
|14||Final Project Reports|
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