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A User Modeling Server for Contemporary Adaptive Hypermedia: An Evaluation of the Push Approach to Evidence Propagation [chapter]

Michael Yudelson, Peter Brusilovsky, Vladimir Zadorozhny
Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
modeling servers, This paper focuses on a specific implementation-level aspect of user modeling servers -the choice of push or pull approaches to evidence propagation.  ...  Despite the growing popularity of user modeling servers, little attention has been paid to optimizing and evaluating the performance of these servers.  ...  This material is partially based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants No. 0310576 and 0426021.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-73078-1_6 fatcat:becf4vvnhreo5p7fnuxguh5v5e

Introduction to Multimedia [chapter]

Hermann Maurer, Nick Scherbakov, Zahran Halim, Zaidah Razak
1998 From Databases to Hypermedia  
The user-to-user protocol (both the client and server are users) consists of VCR commands for playback of streams stored on the server, as well as commands for downloading other data (bitmaps, text, and  ...  Approaches optimal encoding as message length got to infinity. Problem: how to determine probabilities? r Simple idea is to use adaptive model: Start with guess of symbol frequencies.  ...  It could also be used with images that may reside on a remote server, or interactively where the user may choose or draw an image that is part of an animation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-58763-4_19 fatcat:56ebe253enec7lm6amz4casr4u

Collaborative Learning Based on Tools of Web 2.0 and Its Effect on Developing Hypermedia Design and Production Skills among Faculty of Education Students According to Their Learning Styles

Eman Shoeib
2016 Journal of Research in Curriculum Instruction and Educational Technology  
Torrance and others define a learning style as "The individual's ability to use one half of the right and left brain and in the cognitive mental process " (Kassem, 2011.115 to 146).  ...  stable indicators of how the learner recognizes the instructional environment and his interaction and response to it (Rawashdeh et al., 2010.361).  ...  Schoology introduces a new user-centric approach to learning.  ... 
doi:10.21608/jrciet.2016.24507 fatcat:damara3oivg2xfxwg67z5hduk4

Hypermedia and Cognition: Designing for Comprehension

M Thuring, J Hannemann, J Haake
Comm. of the ACM   unpublished
Efforts were also made to obtain a quote for the design of an interface to display, in an easy to read and aesthetic manor, all the information to be made available.  ...  At the same time we also anticipate that the synopsis of evidence will identify a major lack of convincing concepts and data for Blended Learning in SME that will inform and encourage further research.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank all individuals and institutions who contributed to the success of the workshop: the committee of the ECTEL2006 conference for providing a perfect basis for organizing  ... 
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Overcoming Security Challenges in Microservice Architectures

Tetiana Yarygina, Anya Helene Bagge
2018 2018 IEEE Symposium on Service-Oriented System Engineering (SOSE)  
A natural progression of this work is to propose an architectural style that incorporates basic security principles.  ...  Future Research Inoue et. al. [53] introduced an architectural style called RESTUS, which incorporates session state at the server-side as an additional constraint.  ...  [39] gives a detailed security evaluation of the approach.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sose.2018.00011 dblp:conf/sose/YaryginaB18 fatcat:54wjuoxxhff2tlldyvowt2p2em

Learning networks for lifelong competence development

Krassen Stefanov, Rob Koper
2007 Interactive Learning Environments  
of personal data (profiles, portfolios, certificates). � The discovery of suitable learning resources adapted to the users needs and profile. � The support of users to navigate through all the possible  ...  From the technical perspective the main outcome of this part of the research in TENCompetence is to develop an infrastructure suitable to provide users with functionalities for the creation, storage in  ...  Acknowledgments This work has been partially funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology through project PLANET (TIC-2003-09288-C02-00), and by the European Commission through the Framework  ... 
doi:10.1080/10494820701424643 fatcat:ndnsszqzxncfdk3bmtiqv6zcxa

A survey on Internet of Things architectures

P.P. Ray
2018 Journal of King Saud University: Computer and Information Sciences  
The lack of overall architectural knowledge is presently resisting the researchers to get through the scope of Internet of Things centric approaches.  ...  While the Internet of Things is still seeking its own shape, its effects have already stared in making incredible strides as a universal solution media for the connected scenario.  ...  ., software architecture for distributed hypermedia systems, IoT platform architecture to validate the usage of REST in IoT domain.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jksuci.2016.10.003 fatcat:cwf3kjaddncupb5eqv7fr25y2a

Teaching Unplugged: Does it have the Potential to Improve EFL Students' Speaking skills in a Writing Class?

Osama Dr.Osama Hassanein Sayed
2016 Journal of Research in Curriculum Instruction and Educational Technology  
Torrance and others define a learning style as "The individual's ability to use one half of the right and left brain and in the cognitive mental process " (Kassem, 2011.115 to 146).  ...  stable indicators of how the learner recognizes the instructional environment and his interaction and response to it (Rawashdeh et al., 2010.361).  ...  Schoology introduces a new user-centric approach to learning.  ... 
doi:10.21608/jrciet.2016.24505 fatcat:4rw3xfdivvc6vg6prw57h4bot4

The effect of a blended learning program using Schoology LMS on developing EFL preservice teachers' teaching knowledge and reducing their writing anxiety

Antar Abdellah
2016 Journal of Research in Curriculum Instruction and Educational Technology  
Torrance and others define a learning style as "The individual's ability to use one half of the right and left brain and in the cognitive mental process " (Kassem, 2011.115 to 146).  ...  stable indicators of how the learner recognizes the instructional environment and his interaction and response to it (Rawashdeh et al., 2010.361).  ...  Schoology introduces a new user-centric approach to learning.  ... 
doi:10.21608/jrciet.2016.24503 fatcat:3trsp5pkz5b75jqw75eg7guyrm

A Meta-analysis for Results of Research on Virtual Classrooms' Use and Utilization

Ehab Hamza, Amr Ghoniem
2016 Journal of Research in Curriculum Instruction and Educational Technology  
Torrance and others define a learning style as "The individual's ability to use one half of the right and left brain and in the cognitive mental process " (Kassem, 2011.115 to 146).  ...  stable indicators of how the learner recognizes the instructional environment and his interaction and response to it (Rawashdeh et al., 2010.361).  ...  Schoology introduces a new user-centric approach to learning.  ... 
doi:10.21608/jrciet.2016.24506 fatcat:h46b6jsvkrdt5j7o5l6ksgsct4

Automatic document-level semantic metadata annotation using folksonomies and domain ontologies

Hend S. Al-Khalifa, Jessica Rubart
2008 ACM SIGWEB Newsletter  
The tool was applied to a case study consisting of a framework for evaluating the usefulness of the generated semantic metadata within the context of a particular eLearning application.  ...  This thesis presents a novel tool that uses folksonomies to automatically generate metadata with educational semantics in an attempt to provide semantic annotations to bookmarked web resources, and to  ...  Based on these definitions, the researcher can think of personalisation as tailoring the output of a system to adapt to the user preferences that are stored in a profile. study, users of an adaptive hypermedia  ... 
doi:10.1145/1408940.1408944 fatcat:hgidhenczvbldmqhcptooyspvu

The Effects of the Frequency of Lexical Errors on the Quality of EFL Learners' Writing Through Email Communication

Ahmed Seifeddin, Hanan Ebedy
2016 Journal of Research in Curriculum Instruction and Educational Technology  
Torrance and others define a learning style as "The individual's ability to use one half of the right and left brain and in the cognitive mental process " (Kassem, 2011.115 to 146).  ...  stable indicators of how the learner recognizes the instructional environment and his interaction and response to it (Rawashdeh et al., 2010.361).  ...  Schoology introduces a new user-centric approach to learning.  ... 
doi:10.21608/jrciet.2016.24504 fatcat:emaz3w6s5rdadjfvf3ywx3dobq

Modularized User Modeling in Conversational Recommender Systems [chapter]

Pontus Wärnestål
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Study II is an end-user evaluation of the acorn system that implements the dialogue control strategy and results in a verification of the effectiveness and usability of the dialogue strategy.  ...  Study III is an overhearer evaluation of a functional conversational recommender system called CoreSong, which implements the bcorn model.  ...  Examples include Gupta and Grover's layered approach for adaptive hypermedia systems [2003] , and Paramythis et al.'s modular approach [2001] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/11527886_78 fatcat:c6lfkkv35vhppjqkuhialz5fla