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Wed, 20 Mar 2002 05:43:29 -0800
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The journal Human-Computer Interaction announces the availability of its 
Special Issue on Context-Aware Computing, edited by Tom Moran and Paul 
Dourish. It consists of an anchor article defining the state of the art of 
context-aware computing research, followed by nineteen essays from multiple 
perspectives. This extensive treatment forms a triple issue (HCI, volume 
16, numbers 2-4, 2001).

The articles in the special issue are listed below. The introductory 
article by the special issue editors can be found at The special 
issue can be obtained in book format (see or

Tom Moran
Editor, HCI


Introduction to This Special Issue on Context-Aware Computing
        Thomas P. Moran and Paul Dourish


A Conceptual Framework and a Toolkit for Supporting the Rapid Prototyping 
of Context-Aware Applications
        Anind K. Dey, Gregory D. Abowd, and Daniel Salber


Privacy in Context
        Mark Ackerman, Trevor Darrell, and Daniel J. Weitzner
Changing Places: Contexts of Awareness in Computing
        Philip E. Agre
Intelligibility and Accountability: Human Considerations in Context Aware 
        Victoria Bellotti and Keith Edwards
Distributed Context-Aware Systems
        Massimo Benerecetti, Paolo Bouquet, and Matteo Bonifacio
Seeking a Foundation for Context-Aware Computing
        Paul Dourish
Articulating the Task at Hand and Making Information Relevant to It
        Gerhard Fischer
Context as a Dynamic Construct
        Saul Greenberg
Desituating Action: Digital Representation of Context
        Jonathan Grudin
An Infrastructure Approach to Context-Aware Computing
        Jason I. Hong and James A. Landay
The Context of Work
        David Kirsh
Mobile Devices and Mobile Data—Issues of Identity and Reference
        Peter Lucas
On Typologies of Situated Interaction
        Malcolm McCullough
Context Shifts: Extending the Meanings of Physical Objects with Language
        David R. McGee, Misha Pavel, and Philip R. Cohen
Interaction Issues in Context-Aware Intelligent Environments
        Steven A. N. Shafer, Barry Brumitt, and JJ Cadiz
Context-Aware Technology: A Phenomenological Perspective
        Dag Svanaes
Architectures for Context
        Terry Winograd