In mobile and ubiquitous applications and systems, reacting to user context is a key component of proactivity: changes in the user's situation are rapid and they are strongly reflected to the user's needs and preferences. The Context project studies characterization and analysis of information about user's context and its use in proactive adaptivity: what is the user's understanding of her current context, how to make automatic inferences about the contexts, and how to characterize context to users and design user interaction about contexts. The research problems are approached by qualitative end user studies, data analysis algorithm development, and empirical testing in a prototype environment.
There are tips on debugging memory leaks, launching applications on phone startup, using WAP, capturing keypresses, getting the cell ID, and many other items. In addition to all of this, there are many source files available for study, including accessing the phone book, using a Bluetooth GPS, creating a custom access point, being a server, screen capturing, SHA1, MMS, Jabber, profiling, and many other items.
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