Contextguard: un systême multiagent pour contrôler le contexte

G. Ngantchaha, C. Tadj, A. R. Cherif

In spite of the rapid development of pervasive computing technologies, and their demonstrated usefulness in many area, it’s seems difficult to take them out of academics laboratories to real life. One of the reasons behind their slow adoption and acceptance concern their capacity of being context-aware. This feature is of a big impact on privacy right. Being also aware of that, we propose in this paper new paradigm to implement in context-aware systems, and must of all to associate sociologist to the development of these systems. Their include mapping and classifying the pervasive area, and enabling user control on context information collection. The paradigms are integrated in the system through intelligent agents.