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User Modeling 2005

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The 33 revised full papers and 30 poster summaries presented together with papers of 12 selected doctoral consortium articles and the abstracts of 3 invited lectures were carefully reviewed and selected from 160 submissions.

The book offers topical sections on adaptive hypermedia, affective computing, data mining for personalization and cross-recommendation, ITS and adaptive advice, modeling and recognizing human activity, multimodality and ubiquitous computing, recommender systems, student modeling, user modeling and interactive systems, and Web site navigation support.

Invited Talks.- User Modeling Meets Usability Goals.- Hey, That's Personal!.- Inhabited Models: Supporting Coherent Behavior in Online Systems.- Papers.- Integrating Open User Modeling and Learning Content Management for the Semantic Web.- Modeling Suppositions in Users' Arguments.- Generative Programming Driven by User Models.- Data-Driven Refinement of a Probabilistic Model of User Affect.- Recognizing Emotion from Postures: Cross-Cultural Differences in User Modeling.- Recognizing, Modeling, and Responding to Users' Affective States.- Using Learner Focus of Attention to Detect Learner Motivation Factors.- Player Modeling Impact on Player's Entertainment in Computer Games.- Using Learning Curves to Mine Student Models.- Exploiting Probabilistic Latent Information for the Construction of Community Web Directories.- ExpertiseNet: Relational and Evolutionary Expert Modeling.- Task-Oriented Web User Modeling for Recommendation.- Ontologically-Enriched Unified User Modeling for Cross-System Personalization.- Using Student and Group Models to Support Teachers in Web-Based Distance Education.- Using Similarity to Infer Meta-cognitive Behaviors During Analogical Problem Solving.- COPPER: Modeling User Linguistic Production Competence in an Adaptive Collaborative Environment.- User Cognitive Style and Interface Design for Personal, Adaptive Learning. What to Model?.- Tailored Responses for Decision Support.- Decision Theoretic Dialogue Planning for Initiative Problems.- A Semi-automated Wizard of Oz Interface for Modeling Tutorial Strategies.- Generating Artificial Corpora for Plan Recognition.- Reasoning About Interaction in a Multi-user System.- A Comparison of HMMs and Dynamic Bayesian Networks for Recognizing Office Activities.- Modeling Agents That Exhibit Variable Performance in a Collaborative Setting.- Detecting When Students Game the System, Across Tutor Subjects and Classroom Cohorts.- A Bayesian Approach to Modelling Users' Information Display Preferences.- Modeling of the Residual Capability for People with Severe Motor Disabilities: Analysis of Hand Posture.- Non-intrusive User Modeling for a Multimedia Museum Visitors Guide System.- Modelling the Behaviour of Elderly People as a Means of Monitoring Well Being.- Bayesphone: Precomputation of Context-Sensitive Policies for Inquiry and Action in Mobile Devices.- Just Do What I Tell You: The Limited Impact of Instructions on Multimodal Integration Patterns.- Motion-Based Adaptation of Information Services for Mobile Users.- Interaction-Based Adaptation for Small Screen Devices.- Adapting Home Behavior to Its Inhabitants.- Design and Evaluation of a Music Retrieval Scheme That Adapts to the User's Impressions.- The Pursuit of Satisfaction: Affective State in Group Recommender Systems.- An Economic Model of User Rating in an Online Recommender System.- Incorporating Confidence in a Naive Bayesian Classifier.- Modeling User's Opinion Relevance to Recommending Research Papers.- User- and Community-Adaptive Rewards Mechanism for Sustainable Online Community.- Off-line Evaluation of Recommendation Functions.- Evaluating the Intrusion Cost of Recommending in Recommender Systems.- Introducing Prerequisite Relations in a Multi-layered Bayesian Student Model.- Exploring Eye Tracking to Increase Bandwidth in User Modeling.- Modeling Students' Metacognitive Errors in Two Intelligent Tutoring Systems.- Modeling Individual and Collaborative Problem Solving in Medical Problem-Based Learning.- User Modeling in a Distributed E-Learning Architecture.- Computer Adaptive Testing: Comparison of a Probabilistic Network Approach with Item Response Theory.- A Framework for Browsing, Manipulating and Maintaining Interoperable Learner Profiles.- Towards Efficient Item Calibration in Adaptive Testing.- Synergy of Performance-Based Model and Cognitive Trait Model in DP-ITS.- Up and Down the Number-Line: Modelling Collaboration in Contrasting School and Home Environments.- Temporal Blurring: A Privacy Model for OMS Users.- A Framework of Context-Sensitive Visualization for User-Centered Interactive Systems.- Gumo The General User Model Ontology.- Balancing Awareness and Interruption: Investigation of Notification Deferral Policies.- A Decomposition Model for the Layered Evaluation of Interactive Adaptive Systems.- User Control over User Adaptation: A Case Study.- Towards User Modeling Meta-ontology.- Evaluation of a System for Personalized Summarization of Web Contents.- Social Navigation Support Through Annotation-Based Group Modeling.- Discovering Stages in Web Navigation.- The Impact of Link Suggestions on User Navigation and User Perception.- Doctoral Consortium Papers.- Modeling Emotions from Non-verbal Behaviour in an Affective Tutoring System.- Ubiquitous User Modeling in Recommender Systems.- User Modelling to Support User Customization.- ETAPP: A Collaboration Framework That Copes with Uncertainty Regarding Team Members.- Towards Explicit Physical Object Referencing.- Adaptive User Interfaces for In-vehicle Devices.- Agent-Based Ubiquitous User Modeling.- Using Qualitative Modelling Approach to Model Motivational Characteristics of Learners.- Improving Explicit Profile Acquisition by Means of Adaptive Natural Language Dialog.- Modelling User Ability in Computer Games.- Constraint-Sensitive Privacy Management for Personalized Web-Based Systems.- Modularized User Modeling in Conversational Recommender Systems.


Titel: User Modeling 2005
Untertitel: 10th International Conference, UM 2005, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, July 24-29, 2005, Proceedings
EAN: 9783540278856
ISBN: 3540278850
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Informatik
Anzahl Seiten: 556
Gewicht: 832g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T29mm
Jahr: 2005
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 2005

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