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Context is Key
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Communications of the ACM 48 (3): 49-53 (March 2005)

Context is not simply the state of a predefined environment with a fixed set of interaction resources. It's part of a process of interacting with an ever-changing environment composed of reconfigurable, migratory, distributed, and multiscale resources.
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