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Context-driven Information Delivery through Mobile Devices

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Notifications are extremely beneficial to users as they enable a new form of effortless information awareness. However, at the same time, they are a cause of potential disruption, since they often require users’ attention at inopportune moments. We run a couple of in-the-wild studies to answer the following question: (i) what are the effects of cognitive and physical factors on the response time and the disruption perceived from a notification? (ii) how content and context can be used together in order to design intelligent non-disruptive notification mechanisms?


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