Ten Conceptual Dimensions of Context

by   Hashai Papneja, et al.

This paper attempts to synthesize various conceptualizations of the term "context" as found in computing literature. Ten conceptual dimensions of context thus emerge – location; user, task, and system characteristics; physical, social, organizational, and cultural environments; time-related aspects, and historical information. Together, the ten dimensions of context provide a comprehensive view of the notion of context, and allow for a more systematic examination of the influence of context and contextual information on human-system or human-AI interactions.


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