Context Modeling

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Description:

A context model is used to define the enclosing environment of some system under study. In other words, the context is the surrounding element for the system, and a model provides the mathematical interface and a behavioral description of the surrounding environment.

Within an ontology, a context model provides disambiguation of a subject via semantic analysis of information related to the subject.
See Alsohttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Context_model