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Table 2 List of contexts of meeting scheduler example and the context sources needed to monitor them

From: A systematic process for obtaining the behavior of context-sensitive systems

  Description Variation Context
   Point type Source
C1 The number of participants is small   Mechanism to
  and The number of rooms available OR information
  is small and The date range is small   storage.
C2 The number of participants is high and   Mechanism to
  The number of rooms available is high OR information
  and The date range is high   storage.
C3 The number of participants is small   Mechanism to
  or The meeting is urgent OR information
  or Participants do not usually answer   storage.
  meeting requests by email   
C4 Number of participants is high or   Mechanism to
  The meeting is not urgent or OR information
  Participants usually answer   storage.
  meeting requests by email   
C5 The participants agenda is up to date OR Mechanism to
    information storage.
C6 Goal Schedule defined failed or The AND Mechanism to
  number of conflicts is higher than [MCA]   information storage.
C7 Response Time is higher than 2s AND Mechanism to
  more than five times in the week   information storage.
C8 The Number of conflicts is OR Mechanism to
  higher than [MCA] OR information storage.
C9 The Step back strategy have failed OR Mechanism to
    information storage.
C10 The Add new server OR Mechanism to
  strategy have failed   information storage.
C11 Response Time is higher than 2s OR Mechanism to
  more than five times in the week   information storage.