Relationship Among Articles

For your week 5 assignment, you will need to use the three scholarly articles that I have selected. The three articles are all accessible from the Walden Library. Thus, this is also a good opportunity to gain some practice accessing articles via the Walden Library. The articles that I have selected are the following:

Ceri, S., Daniel, F., Matera, M., & Facca, F. M. (2007). Model-driven development of context-aware web applications. ACM Transactions on Internet Technology, 7(1), 1-33. doi:10.1145/1189740.1189742

Dey, A. K., & Mankoff, J. (2005). Designing mediation for context-aware applications. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 12(1), 53-80. doi:10.1145/1057237.1057241

Sheng, Q. Z., & Benatallah, B. (2005). Contextuml: A uml-based modeling language for model-drive development of context-aware web services development. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Mobile Business (ICMB ’05) (pp. 206-212). doi:10.1109/ICMB.2005.33

It is not the discussion part, if you scroll down assignment relationships among articles it will give you the whole rubrics. I left a document in there for formatting purposes.

Assignment: Relationships Among Articles
As a part of your Doctoral Study, you must read the literature critically and trace the evolution of an idea through multiple scholarly articles and other sources. Where do authors agree and disagree with one another’s ideas? What conclusions can you draw from these relationships of ideas?
For this Assignment your Instructor will provide you with several scholarly articles with an inherent relationship. Your goal is to synthesize the information among the articles into a cohesive paper, and not simply to offer a summary of each article.
By Day 7
Write and submit a 3- to 5-page paper in APA format in which you synthesize the information among the articles. Your synthesis should include the following information in addition to a reference list:
• Who is the intended audience of each article?
• What is the purpose or perspective of each of the articles?
• What are the common themes in the articles?
• What is the evolution of the topic through the articles over time?
• How does each article contribute to the larger discussion?

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