Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based Systems: Third by Emile Aarts (auth.), Paul M. E. De Bra, Wolfgang Nejdl

By Emile Aarts (auth.), Paul M. E. De Bra, Wolfgang Nejdl (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 3rd foreign convention on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based structures, AH 2004, held in Eindhoven, The Netherlands in August 2004.

The 27 revised complete papers and 18 revised brief papers provided including three abstracts of keynote talks, four doctoral consortium shows, and 17 posters have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 138 submissions. The papers supply an outstanding view on cutting edge personalization and variation functionalities in various components together with e-learning, e-commerce, cellular vacationer publications, and so forth; in addition they convey the combination of personalization functionalities hired in net environments, in ambient intelligence and clever brokers contexts, and construction upon adaptive hypermedia and semantic net applied sciences, net seek, internet companies, social and peer-to-peer networks, and recommender systems.

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British Journal of Educational Technology 34, 4 (2003) 487-497 4. : KnowledgeTree: A Distributed Architecture for Adaptive E-Learning. In: Proc. of The Thirteenth International World Wide Web Conference, WWW 2004 (Alternate track papers and posters), New York, NY, ACM Press (2004) 104-113 5. Brusilovsky, P. and Cooper, D. : Domain, Task, and User Models for an Adaptive Hypermedia Performance Support System. In: Gil, Y. and Leake, D. B. ) Proc. pdf 6. : Web-based education for all: A tool for developing adaptive courseware.

It uses the simplest implicit feedback: group traffic. For each tutorial page it counts how many times the users of the same group accessed it. Summing up group traffic for individual pages belonging to the same map cell, the system can also calculate group traffic for each cell. To keep the original ocean map metaphor, we have decided to visualize the cell traffic using multiple shades of blue. The more saturated the color is the more times the pages belonging to the cell were accessed. As a group of users navigates though pages of multiple electronic textbooks, the knowledge map becomes gradually darker.

2 A Conversation Model Supporting Web Service Interaction Our model focuses on two main requirements: first, the model should be compatible with the current standards for the service publication and invocation. Second, the management should be easy for the consumer, in order to make the interaction with multiple providers as seamless and possible. We thus designed a model charging the service provider with the control of the conversation and explicitly guiding the consumer application in the service invocation.

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