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A processor-implemented method, system, and/or computer program product mitigate subjectively disturbing content. A context-based data gravity wells membrane supports one or more gravity wells, which hold subjectively disturbing synthetic context-based objects made up of a non-contextual data object, a first context object, and a second context object. The first context object defines the non-contextual data object, and the second context object describes how subjectively disturbing content generated by combining the non-contextual data object and the first context object is according to predefined parameters described by the second context object. New content is passed across the context-based data gravity wells membrane. Subjectively disturbing content from the new content is trapped by the context-based data gravity well in response to a non-contextual data object and context objects from the new content matching those of the context-based data gravity well, thereby reducing a level of subjective discomfort imposed by the new content.

Title
Mitigating subjectively disturbing content through the use of context-based data gravity wells
Application Number
14/627791
Publication Number
9971838 (B2)
Application Date
February 20, 2015
Publication Date
May 15, 2018
Inventor
Jeb R Linton
Manassas
VA, US
James R Kraemer
Santa Fe
NM, US
Robert R Friedlander
Southbury
CT, US
Samuel S Adams
Rutherfordton
NC, US
Agent
Law Office of Jim Boice
Assignee
International Business Machines Corporation
NY, US
IPC
G06F 17/27
G06F 17/30
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