Intelligent User Interfaces: Adaptation and Personalization Systems and Technologies

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Constantinos Mourlas, Panagiotis Germanakos
IGI Global Snippet, Jan 1, 2009 - Computers - 426 pages
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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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This book is about how to improve findability. Major sections include theory, content, process, applications and security. Personalization refers to an individual's or group's unique needs and preferences. Adaptive features fit to these, context, and structure. Some of the common topics are user profiles, recommendation, models, hypermedia and e-government. Seventeen studies by thirty-eight contributors discuss categories such as privacy-enhanced personalization, emotional intelligence, e-learning assistants, open learner modeling, digital memories, cognitive style, adaptive parallel media stream servers, web usage mining, visualization methods, ontology-based, semantically adaptive, intelligent information, middleware architecture, web-based instruction, access/navigation/search, and adaptive hypermedia.  

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Acknowledgment
An Assessment of Human Factors in Adaptive Hypermedia Environments
Case Studies in Adaptive Information Access Navigation Search and Recommendation
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