Context and environment.

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CONTEXT ANDENVIRONMENT
The chosen scholarly article for this paper is a context-based infrastructure for smartenvironments, and another is a critical infrastructure protection decision support system. The firstarticle in this paper is written by Anind K. Dey, and Daniel Salber or another paper is written byL. Dauelsberg, and D. Powell.The first paper represents the necessity of smart environment. It concludes that smartenvironment is required to provide effective services to occupants(https://smartech.gatech.edu/bitstream/handle/1853/3406/99-39.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y).Generally, it can be said that it is necessary for every organization to identify their context anddetermine what actions need to take to satisfy the identified context. It can be said that goal ofthe smart environment not only supports the activities but also enhance the abilities of occupantsin performing different organizational tasks. Context is defined as information that is required toutilize a particular situation of an entity. Furthermore, it can be said that the most importantproblem faced by every organization is building and executing effective context-awareapplications. If the organization wants to resolve such problem, they can build applications onthe basis of ad-hoc manner.The second paper represents the dynamics of couple separate infrastructure and individualinfrastructure as per their interdependencies(http://www.systemdynamics.org/conferences/2005/proceed/papers/LECLA332.pdf). On the otherhand, it also defines the future and current cyber or physical threat environment. It can be saidthat organization requires a comprehensive approach to measuring security risks and detectavailable vulnerabilities in its cyber infrastructure. Furthermore, it can be suggested that theorganizations should understand the investment options and consequences of policies before
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