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100 1 _aBauer, Mathias.
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245 1 0 _aUser Modeling 2001
_h[electronic resource] :
_b8th International Conference, UM 2001 Sonthofen, Germany, July 13–17, 2001 Proceedings /
_cedited by Mathias Bauer, Piotr J. Gmytrasiewicz, Julita Vassileva.
260 1 _aBerlin, Heidelberg :
_bSpringer Berlin Heidelberg,
_c2001.
264 1 _aBerlin, Heidelberg :
_bSpringer Berlin Heidelberg,
_c2001.
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490 1 _aLecture Notes in Computer Science,
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505 0 _aFull Papers -- Harnessing Models of Users’ Goals to Mediate Clarification Dialog in Spoken Language Systems -- Modeling the Acquisition of English: An Intelligent CALL Approach ? -- Recognizing Time Pressure and Cognitive Load on the Basis of Speech: An Experimental Study -- The Learning Shell: Automated Macro Construction -- Learning Interaction Models in a Digital Library Service -- A User Modeling Approach to Determining System Initiative in Mixed-Initiative AI Systems -- Collaborating with Focused and Unfocused Users under Imperfect Communication -- Improving User Modelling with Content-Based Techniques -- An Integrated Approach for Generating Arguments and Rebuttals and Understanding Rejoinders -- Acquiring User Preferences for Product Customization -- Utility-Based Decision Tree Optimization: A Framework for Adaptive Interviewing -- User Modelling in I-Help: What, Why, When and How -- An Adaptive User-Interface-Agent Modeling Communication Availability -- Cognitive Computer Tutors: Solving the Two-Sigma Problem -- Applying Interactive Open Learner Models to Learning Technical Terminology -- Student and Instructor Models: Two Kinds of User Model and Their Interaction in an ITS Authoring Tool -- METIORE: A Personalized Information Retrieval System -- Personalizing Delivered Information in a Software Reuse Environment -- Automating Personal Categorization Using Artificial Neural Networks -- Posters -- User Modelling as an Aid for Human Web Assistants -- Modelling the Interests of a News Service User -- Category Based Customization Approach for Information Retrieval -- Using Rollouts to Induce a Policy from a User Model -- Tailoring the Content of Dynamically Generated Explanations -- A User Model Based on Content Analysis for the Intelligent Personalization of a News Service -- Modeling Exploratory Behaviour -- Ascribing and Weighting Beliefs in Deceptive Information Exchanges -- Visual Search and Background Complexity: Does the Forest Hide the Trees? -- Characterizing Sequences of User Actions for Access Logs Analysis -- Modeling Literary Style for Semi-automatic Generation of Poetry -- Perceptual Considerations for Quality of Service Management: An Integrated Architecture -- Emotions and Personality in Agent Design and Modeling -- Using Document Structures for Personal Ontologies and User Modeling* -- User-Tailored Plan Presentation -- Investigating Students’ Self-Assessment Skills -- Generating Personal Travel Guides - And Who Wants Them? -- Inspectability and User Controlled Revision on Long Term User Models -- Getting the Right Information to the Right Person -- Goals, Tasks and Application Domains as the Guidelines for Defining a Framework for User Modelling -- Doctoral Consortium -- Improving Student Models by Reasoning about Cognitive Ability, Emotions and Gender -- Integrating Multilingual Text Classification Tasks and User Modeling in Personalized Newspaper Services -- Enhancing Embodied Intelligent Agents with Affective User Modelling -- Designing TV Viewer Stereotypes for an Electronic Program Guide -- AGENDA CULTUREL An Adaptive Cultural Information Service -- Ubiquitous User Modeling for Situated Interaction -- An Intelligent Pedagogical Agent in CALL -- How to Learn More about Users from Implicit Observations1 -- Student Modelling for CALL Based on Pedagogical Standards -- Evaluation of Adaptive Systems -- Supporting Negotiated Assessment Using Open Student Models -- Using Markov Chains for Structural Link Prediction in Adaptive Web Sites -- Invited Talks -- Tailoring Privacy to Users’ Needs 1 -- Heavyweight Applications of Lightweight User Models: A Look at Collaborative Filtering, Recommender Systems, and Real-Time Personalization -- Eye Tracking: A Rich Source of Information for User Modeling.
520 _aThe study of the ?eld of user modeling (UM) has resulted in signi?cant amounts of theoretical work, as well as practical experience, in developing UM-based applications in traditional areas of human-computer interaction and tutoring systems. Further, it promises to have an enormous impact on recent developments in areas like information ?ltering, e-commerce, adaptive presentation techniques, and interface agents. A user model is an explicit representation of properties of a particular user, which allows the system to adapt diverse aspects of its performance to individual users’needs. TechniquesforUMhavebeendevelopedandevaluatedbytheoreticiansandpractitioners in a variety of ?elds, including arti?cial intelligence, education, psychology, cognitive science, linguistics, and human-computer interaction. The International Conferences on User Modeling constitute the major forum for pres- tationanddiscussionofboththelatestdevelopmentsinacademicresearchonallaspects of user modeling and industrial experience in deploying adaptive systems in real-world applications. This volume contains the proceedings of the Eighth International C- ference on User Modeling (UM2001), held in Sonthofen, Germany. It follows UM99 (Banff,Canada),UM97(Sardinia,Italy),UM96(Hawaii,USA),UM94(Hyannis,USA), UM92(Dagstuhl,WestGermany),UM90(Hawaii,USA)andUM86(MariaLaach,West Germany). Until now, the proceedings of the conference have been published with university p- lishers.AfterdiscussionswithinUMInc.,itwasdecidedfromnowontopublishthep- ceedingsvolumewithoneofthemajorpublishingcompanies,toensurewideravailability of the volume in libraries and archives. After careful consideration Springer-Verlag was chosen. The UM2001 program includes tutorials, invited talks, technical paper and poster s- sions, a doctoral consortium, workshops, and system demonstrations. There were a total of 79 technical submissions from 20 countries.
650 0 _aComputer science.
650 0 _aInformation systems.
650 0 _aArtificial intelligence.
650 0 _aEducation.
650 1 4 _aComputer Science.
650 2 4 _aUser Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction.
650 2 4 _aInformation Systems Applications (incl.Internet).
650 2 4 _aArtificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics).
650 2 4 _aComputers and Education.
650 2 4 _aComputers and Society.
700 1 _aGmytrasiewicz, Piotr J.
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700 1 _aVassileva, Julita.
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