This paper proposes context modelling and reasoning to enable intelligent services in a ubiquitous campus. An ontology-based modelling includes upper level context modelling and domain-specific modelling for the campus area. Ontological and rule-based inferencing, which facilitate ubiquitous functionality for daily life, are implemented by utilizing the context model developed. A student assistant scenario is presented, demonstrating the usefulness of ontological context modelling and reasoning for highly distributed environments, such as a university campus.
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