Context-Matching Method as a Transformation Paradigm Between Position and Location Domains in Location-Based Services

Authors

  • Oliver Jukić Virovitica University of Applied Sciences
  • Nenad Sikirica Krapina University of Applied Sciences
  • Teodor Iliev
  • Darko Špoljar Krapina University of Applied Sciences,

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.48149/jciees.2021.1.2.4

Keywords:

location-based service, domain transformation

Abstract

A two-domain approach involving position and location has been introduced to provide a formal description needed for optimal organization of information processing for utilization in Location-Based Services development and operation. This paper proposes the transformation that connects the two domains (position and location), outlines its formal description, and validates the concept using the Context-Matching method as a paradigm.

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2021-12-22

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Jukić, O., Sikirica, N., Iliev, T., & Špoljar, D. (2021). Context-Matching Method as a Transformation Paradigm Between Position and Location Domains in Location-Based Services. The Journal of CIEES, 1(2), 23–25. https://doi.org/10.48149/jciees.2021.1.2.4