By Jack Aaronson (auth.), Paul De Bra, Peter Brusilovsky, Ricardo Conejo (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the second one foreign convention on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based structures, AH 2002, held in Malaga, Spain, in could 2002.
The 33 revised complete papers and 23 brief papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 109 submissions. additionally incorporated are 3 invited contributions, 30 posters, and five displays given on the linked doctoral constortium. one of the issues coated are adaptive hypertext and hypermedia, person modeling, adaptive studying, adaptive tutoring platforms, details retrieval, academic hypermedia platforms, net adaption, adaptive navigation, adaption and personalization.
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Extra info for Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based Systems: Second International Conference, AH 2002 Málaga, Spain, May 29–31, 2002 Proceedings
Research at the University of Southampton has extended generalised Open Hypermedia (OH) models to include concepts of context and behaviour, both traditionally very important to the Adaptive Hypermedia (AH) domain. In this paper we re-evaluate Brusilovsky’s pragmatic taxonomy of AH techniques from a structural perspective. A variety of OH structures are discussed that can be used to implement the techniques found in the taxonomy. By identifying common structures we gain a new perspective on the relationship between different AH techniques.
When an initiator agent sends a message with the performative proxy to the broker, it then replies with one of the following standard messages: not-understood, refuse or agree. If the broker agrees on the inquiry, it then searches for an adequate IC to serve it. If not found, it then sends a failure-no-match message to the initiator; otherwise, it tries to contact the IC and passes the inquiry onto it. If the broker succeeds in communicating with the IC, this will later send the requested information to the initiator; otherwise, a failure-com-IC message is sent back to the initiator, which indicates that an appropriate IC exists, but cannot respond.
Behaviour objects can also be attached to Associations. For example, if we attach a behaviour with the event ‘on traversal’ then, when the user follows the link, the action specified in the behaviour object would be enacted by the system. Contextual link structures could be used to implement any of the ‘Adaptive Link Hiding’ techniques described by Brusilovsky. For example a link could be authored with a context object attached that specified that it was only visible to an expert. When a novice queries the system for links, their user profile does not match against the link’s context and the link is effectively hidden.