Intelligent User Interfaces: Adaptation and Personalization Systems and Technologies

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Overview

The field of intelligent user interfaces has received great attention from the research community in the last few years with the explosion of new applications and services designed to be executed in a dynamic and continuously changing environment and aligned to the demands and preferences of the users.

Intelligent User Interfaces: Adaptation and Personalization Systems and Technologies innovatively combines broad research areas in intelligent user interfaces to provide an authoritative, comprehensive review of recent studies, state-of-the-art applications, and new methodologies and theories that support the issue of adaptation and personalization in various application levels.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605660325
  • Publisher: IGI Global
  • Publication date: 9/30/2008
  • Pages: 454
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Sect. I Theoretical Aspects of Adaptive and Personalized User Interfaces

Ch. I An Assessment of Human Factors in Adaptive Hypermedia Environments Nikos Tsianos Tsianos, Nikos Panagiotis Germanakos Germanakos, Panagiotis Zacharias Lekkas Lekkas, Zacharias Constantinos Mourlas Mourlas, Constantinos George Samaras Samaras, George 1

Ch. II Case Studies in Adaptive Information Access: Navigation, Search, and Recommendation Barry Smyth Smyth, Barry 35

Ch. III The Effects of Human Factors on the Use of Web-Based Instruction Sherry Y. Chen Chen, Sherry Y. 60

Ch. IV The Next Generation of Personalization Techniques Gulden Uchyigit Uchyigit, Gulden 72

Sect. II Adaptive Content and Services

Ch. V Advanced Middleware Architectural Aspects for Personalised Leading-Edge Services Nancy Alonistioti Alonistioti, Nancy Costas Polychronopoulos Polychronopoulos, Costas Makis Stamatelatos Stamatelatos, Makis 94

Ch. VI Intelligent Information Personalization: From Issues to Strategies Syed Sibte Raza Abidi Abidi, Syed Sibte Raza 118

Ch. VII A Semantically Adaptive Interface for Measuring Portal Quality in E-Government Babis Magoutas Magoutas, Babis Christos Chalaris Chalaris, Christos Gregoris Mentzas Mentzas, Gregoris 147

Ch. VIII Ontology-Based Personalization of E-Government Services Fabio Grandi Grandi, Fabio Federica Mandreoli Mandreoli, Federica Riccardo Martoglia Martoglia, Riccardo Enrico Ronchetti Ronchetti, Enrico Maria Rita Scalas Scalas, Maria Rita Paolo Tiberio Tiberio, Paolo 167

Ch. IX Context and Adaptivity-Driven Visualization Method Selection Maria Golemati Golemati, Maria Costas Vassilakis Vassilakis, Costas Akrivi Katifori Katifori, Akrivi George LepourasLepouras, George Constantin Halatsis Halatsis, Constantin 188

Sect. III Adaptive Processing and Communication

Ch. X Integrating Semantic Knowledge with Web Usage Mining for Personalization Honghua Dai Dai, Honghua Bamshad Mobasher Mobasher, Bamshad 205

Ch. XI Adaptive Presentation and Scheduling of Media Streams on Parallel Storage Servers Constantinos Mourlas Mourlas, Constantinos 233

Sect. IV Innovative Applications with Adaptive Behaviour

Ch. XII Impact of Cognitive Style on User Perception of Dynamic Video Content Gheorghita Ghinea Ghinea, Gheorghita Sherry Y. Chen Chen, Sherry Y. 247

Ch. XIII Building Digital Memories for Augmented Cognition and Situated Support Mathias Bauer Bauer, Mathias Alexander Kroner Kroner, Alexander Michael Schneider Schneider, Michael Nathalie Basselin Basselin, Nathalie 262

Ch. XIV Open Learner Modelling as the Keystone of the Next Generation of Adaptive Learning Environments Rafael Morales Morales, Rafael Nicolas Van Labeke Van Labeke, Nicolas Paul Brna Brna, Paul Marfa Elena Chan Chan, Marfa Elena 288

Ch. XV From E-Learning Tools to Assistants by Learner Modelling and Adaptive Behavior Klaus Jantke Jantke, Klaus Christoph Igel Igel, Christoph Roberta Sturm Sturm, Roberta 313

Ch. XVI Using Emotional Intelligence in Personalized Adaptation Violeta Damjanovic Damjanovic, Violeta Milos Kravcik Kravcik, Milos 326

Sect. V Security, Privacy, and Personalization

Ch. XVII Technical Solutions for Privacy-Enhanced Personalization Yang Wang Yang, Wang Alfred Kobsa Kobsa, Alfred 353

Compilation of References 377

Index 423

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