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An Adaptive Conversational Interface for Destination Advice [chapter]

Pat Langley, Cynthia Thompson, Renée Elio, Afsaneh Haddadi
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we describe the Adaptive Place Advisor, a conversational interface designed to help users decide on a destination.  ...  In closing, we present our plans to evaluate the Adaptive Place Advisor experimentally and to extend its functionality. 2 An Adaptive Conversational Interface requires choice among a large set of prede  ...  , and Stanley Peters for enlightening discussions about the design of conversational interfaces.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48414-0_24 fatcat:jemodldffjh3tafe3ffduqjpri

Intellevator: An Intelligent Elevator System Proactive In Traffic Control for Time-efficiency Improvement

Ge Hangli, Takeo Hamada, Takahiro Sumitomo, Noboru Koshizuka
2020 IEEE Access  
INDEX TERMS Elevator, Internet of Things, traffic control, adaptive computing, user interface.  ...  and a novel user interface for delivering system intelligence to end-users.  ...  Accordingly, the user interfaces on some targeted floors would be managed to be unusable under its self-adaption for solving the bottleneck congestion.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2975020 fatcat:ageshd2jxvctrl7bbybklgw6z4

Building adaptive distributed applications with middleware and aspects

Gary Duzan, Joseph Loyall, Richard Schantz, Richard Shapiro, John Zinky
2004 Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on Aspect-oriented software development - AOSD '04  
This paper describes an aspect-based approach to programming QoS adaptive applications that separates the QoS and adaptation concerns from the functional and distribution concerns.  ...  Conversely, the distributed application's impact on its environment will also vary over time.  ...  Programming (AOP), and an adaptation model which defines the adaptation strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1145/976270.976280 dblp:conf/aosd/DuzanLSSZ04 fatcat:itytfrri5vgzdde2cf2acoawxe

Introduction to recommender systems

Joseph A. Konstan
2004 ACM Transactions on Information Systems  
Both approaches have drawbacks, but an adaptive approach, where questions are fine-tuned as the human-machine interaction unfolds, has more potential.  ...  Both of these recommender systems try to mimic the interactivity observed in traditional counselling sessions with travel agents when users search for advice on a possible holiday destination.  ... 
doi:10.1145/963770.963771 fatcat:yo2dtda64nh2xbei2cvajebovq

WComp, Middleware for Ubiquitous Computing and System Focused Adaptation [chapter]

Nicolas Ferry, Vincent Hourdin, Stéphane Lavirotte, Gaëtan Rey, Jean-Yves Tigli
2013 Computer Science and Ambient Intelligence  
Greybox components, conversely, partially explain their semantics, either using an interface description or reflectivity, either it is at least partly known by the weaver.  ...  The advice presented below proposes to adapt this behavior by adding an energy saving concern.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118580974.ch6 fatcat:rwscmoa6sfgltcnfa26yswvutm

Towards a Conceptual Model of Talking to a Route Planner [chapter]

Stephan Winter, Yunhui Wu
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
A clear condition for a service to pass the spatial Turing test is to be able to adapt to the context of the wayfinder to an extent any person being asked for route advice would do (see the example above  ...  -A public transport user, just before leaving home, is turning to his desktop for advice on a trip across the city (<telepresence, synchronous, from here, now>) and finds a service interface asking for  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-89903-7_11 fatcat:m6x7nbuscrglxnidgnfgomsy64

User Modeling in Adaptive Interface [chapter]

Pat Langley
1999 CISM International Centre for Mechanical Sciences  
In this paper we examine the notion of adaptive user interfaces, interactive systems that invoke machine learning to improve their interaction with humans.  ...  Finally, we review previous work that has addressed similar issues and consider some challenges that are presented by the design of adaptive user interfaces.  ...  An earlier version of this survey appeared in the Proceedings of the 21st Annual German Conference on Artificial Intelligence, and the development of INCA was funded by the Office of Naval Research under  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7091-2490-1_48 fatcat:tfv22s5vbbcyjnbr2afdrup64u

Two multimodal interfaces to military simulations

Kenneth Wauchope
1997 Proceedings of the fifth conference on Applied natural language processing Descriptions of system demonstrations and videos -  
Verbal instructions to the tank giving just a destination (Go to the nearest small town) invoke the route planner, but since the planner does not accept specification of means for getting to the destination  ...  Open the advice explanation window, Push the 'Move Fighter' button) in favor of direct references to the task domain (Show the current advice, Move a fighter).  ... 
doi:10.3115/974281.974294 dblp:conf/anlp/Wauchope97 fatcat:vbpdwj5q6vagpnrdwwufsyote4

WComp, a Middleware for Ubiquitous Computing [chapter]

Nicolas Ferry, Vincent Hourdin, Stphane Lavirotte, Gatan Rey, Michel Riveill, Jean-Yves Tigli
2011 Ubiquitous Computing  
Greybox components, conversely, partially explain their semantics, either using an interface description or reflectivity, either it is at least partly known by the weaver.  ...  Pointcut matching and advice factory The weaver has a list of aspects of assembly that have been selected by users for the adaptation of an application.  ... 
doi:10.5772/14755 fatcat:p3ell2pljjch3fg3rh22royigi

Safe driving in a green world: A review of driver performance benchmarks and technologies to support 'smart' driving

Mark S. Young, Stewart A. Birrell, Neville A. Stanton
2011 Applied Ergonomics  
Many vehicle manufacturers are satisfying this demand by offering green driving feedback or advice tools.  ...  Please see the 'permanent WRAP url' above for details on accessing the published version and note that access may require a subscription.  ...  The system comprises two aspects: an in-vehicle 3 interface, which delivers real-time feedback on driving style, and a post-drive component for longer-term advice and information.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apergo.2010.08.012 pmid:20863480 fatcat:7pm77zoynvc4fnz3ejo46qlvmm

Personalized Conversational Case-Based Recommendation [chapter]

Mehmet H. Göker, Cynthia A. Thompson
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we describe the Adaptive Place Advisor, a user adaptive, conversational recommendation system designed to help users decide on a destination, specifically a restaurant.  ...  We view the selection of destinations as an interactive, conversational process, with the advisory system inquiring about desired item characteristics and the human responding.  ...  , and Stanley Peters for enlightening discussions about the design of conversational interfaces.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44527-7_10 fatcat:kue2ne2u6bdwfi46rtkblnbhqa

Towards a Self-Healing Approach to Sustain Web Services Reliability

Mohamed-Hedi Karray, Chirine Ghedira, Zakaria Maamar
2011 2011 IEEE Workshops of International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications  
This control interface is implemented in compliance with the principles of aspect-oriented programming and case-based reasoning.  ...  Two steps are identified in this approach: (1) model a Web service using two behaviors known as operational and control; and (2) monitor the execution of a Web service using a control interface that sits  ...  origin, message destination, etc., and (4) log of the previous conversations.  ... 
doi:10.1109/waina.2011.101 dblp:conf/aina/KarrayGM11 fatcat:hfrjtqbkyzfpvamskrhked63ua

Opening new dimensions for e-Tourism

Helmut Berger, Michael Dittenbach, Dieter Merkl, Anton Bogdanovych, Simeon Simoff, Carles Sierra
2006 Virtual Reality  
In this paper we describe an e-Tourism environment that takes a community-driven approach to foster a lively society of travelers who exchange travel experiences, recommend tourism destinations or just  ...  All these happen in an integrated, game-like e-Business application where each e-Tourist is impersonated as an avatar.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Ingo Seidel for designing and modeling the 3D virtual world of ''itchy feet''.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10055-006-0057-z fatcat:2fxiewv2pzgobhtkgoj26ajaou

Channels of social influence for decision making in restaurants: A case study

M. Romero-Charneco, A.M. Casado-Molina, P. Alarcón-Urbistondo
2018 Dos Algarves: A Multidisciplinary e-Journal  
The results allow the diagnosis of the main criteria of user behaviour in this type of conversational interface in the decision-making process related to gastronomic consumption.  ...  This study has been possible thanks to the collaboration of the company levelbots S.L for the field study of Ask Vicente.  ...  Managerial implications With these results, the foundations are laid for the development of a future decision-support model through a conversational interface for choosing restaurants.  ... 
doi:10.18089/damej.2018.32.4 fatcat:n3lpyf5e75ek7o2vqew55qyogu

Preferences in Interactive Systems: Technical Challenges and Case Studies

Bart Peintner, Paolo Viappiani, Neil Yorke-Smith
2008 The AI Magazine  
We survey the major questions and approaches, present illustrative examples, and give an outlook on potential benefits and challenges.  ...  This survey considers preference handling in applications such as recommender systems, personal assistant agents, and personalized user interfaces.  ...  Although the initially tested system did not feature an explicit user preference model, subsequent work underscored the importance of adapting the guidance strategies and interface modalities of such devices  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v29i4.2197 fatcat:vh3g4gghzjgwlogkjggymm6iz4
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