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The IN/OUT Board is a classic context-aware application proposed by [Dey et al.] during their seminal work on the context toolkit. The IN/OUT Board implemented using CRIME is used to visualise the current location of a user. The said location is expected to be published as a fact to allow applications to adapt their behaviour accordingly. When users are out of reach, the application keeps a record of when the user was last seen by the system. The IN/OUT Board is a classic context-aware application proposed by [Dey et al.] during their seminal work on the context toolkit. The IN/OUT Board implemented using CRIME is used to visualise the current location of a user. The said location is expected to be published as a fact to allow applications to adapt their behaviour accordingly. When users are out of reach, the application keeps a record of when the user was last seen by the system.
-<note warning>**Deploying the application. (available soon)** \\ +==== Deploying the application ==== 
-The CRIME distribution contains a script file inout.sh which launches the IN/OUT Board application which internally starts a CRIME engine. The CRIME engine will evaluate the rules specified below. </note>+ 
 +The CRIME distribution contains a script file ''server.sh'', which starts a host-level CRIME Fact Space. It is important to start this server prior to running any CRIME application. After all, it is only through the mediation of the host-level Fact Space that different CRIME applications discover one another both locally and remotely. To start the IN/OUT Board, run the included script file ''inout.sh''. The CRIME engine will evaluate the rules specified below. 
 + 
 +<code> 
 +cd crime-1.0.0/ 
 +./server.sh & 
 +./inout.sh 
 +</code>
==== The Rules ==== ==== The Rules ====
 
 
 
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