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Preface to the special issue: adaptive and learning agents

Daan Bloembergen, Tim Brys, Logan Yliniemi
2017 Knowledge engineering review (Print)  
Adaptive and learning agents (ALA) are able to optimize their behaviour in unknown and potentially changing environments, while using previous experience to improve their performance with respect to some  ...  Contents of the special issue This special issue contains four papers, carefully selected out of 21 initial workshop submission.  ...  In this paper, the authors contribute an algorithm to steer agents towards a Nash Equilibrium of a one-shot game whilst maintaining the no-regret property, and introduce the Price of Learning and Value  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0269888917000145 fatcat:t3iqprui5vaqvdewasvhxcddva

Preface to the Special Issue on Language-Based Interaction

Sandra Carberry, Ingrid Zukerman
2005 User modeling and user-adapted interaction  
The articles in this Special Issue reflect this trend with respect to systems that address the three main aspects at the intersection of User Modeling and NL.  ...  machine learning techniques.  ...  These models are used by an intelligent peer agent who oversees the learning activity and intervenes to facilitate a successful learning experience for all the participants.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11257-004-7817-9 fatcat:awibggoj4ff7fklp33qvvrpay4

Preface to the special issue on international opportunities

Hamid Etemad
2015 Journal of International Entrepreneurship  
This special issue signifies the increasing importance of opportunities to, and characterizes the complexity of, the topic in international entrepreneurship.  ...  The objective of this brief preface is threefold: expressing the journal gratitude to the team of guest editors, Professors Tuija Mainela, Per Servais, and Vesa Puhakka, for their dedication to developing  ...  This challenge and the special issue as a whole would merit serious scholarly attention.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10843-015-0159-3 fatcat:cnvcmfglpzaxpfbveaidhhi4km

Preface to the special issue on personality in personalized systems

Marko Tkalčič, Daniele Quercia, Sabine Graf
2016 User modeling and user-adapted interaction  
al. (2016) investigates how personality traits and trait emotions (i.e. trait anger and trait anxiety) are related to agent-directed emotions and learning in an agent-based learning environment.  ...  The paper Examining the predictive relationship between personality and emotion traits and students' agent-directed emotions: towards emotionally-adaptive agentbased learning environments by Harley et  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11257-016-9175-9 fatcat:46i5isv3hvegnd2gzesw6ovbgy

Preface to the special issue on personalization and behavior change

Judith Masthoff, Floriana Grasso, Jaap Ham
2014 User modeling and user-adapted interaction  
As early as the 1980s, intelligent tutoring systems encouraged students to learn by means of tailored feedback and hints (Sleeman and Brown 1982) , and in the 90s patient education systems attempted to  ...  Personalization plays an important role in this, as the most effective persuasive and motivational strategies are likely to depend on user characteristics such as the user's personality, affective state  ...  Papers in this issue The collection of papers in this special issue testifies to the broad range of issues that researchers are addressing, and hopefully, with their extensive reference collection, will  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11257-014-9151-1 fatcat:qxjfuvopuzeghmzlxv5okuyfya

Preface to the special issue on data mining for personalization

Bamshad Mobasher, Alexander Tuzhilin
2008 User modeling and user-adapted interaction  
to the needs and interests of a particular user or a segment of users.  ...  Automatic personalization is a central technology used in user-adaptive systems to deliver dynamic content, such as textual information, links, advertisements, and product recommendations that are tailored  ...  Patterns discovered through data mining can be used directly by the teacher or author of the course in order to improve instruction or learning performance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11257-008-9060-2 fatcat:wktxkjytsbgnbhdevplo6s6wwu

Preface to the special issue on personalization for e-health

Floriana Grasso, Cécile Paris
2011 User modeling and user-adapted interaction  
We, Floriana and Cécile, had the privilege to work with them closely, and we feel honoured to guest edit this special issue in their memory.  ...  This special issue of the UMUAI journal focuses on a crucial tile in the e-Health mosaic, which relates to personalization.  ...  She is currently the chair of CHISIG, the Computer Human Interaction Special Interest Group of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11257-011-9099-3 fatcat:yes6qa7k7rem5etw37n4hbmcra

Preface to the special issue on user modeling to support groups, communities and collaboration

Elena Gaudioso, Amy Soller, Julita Vassileva
2006 User modeling and user-adapted interaction  
This special issue addresses the design and extension of adaptive individual user technology to support complex collaborative processes involving information sharing, communication, and collaborative group  ...  Technology should support and enhance our ability to work, learn, and make decisions.  ...  This special issue considers a variety of these models, and discusses the key challenges they face.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11257-006-9010-9 fatcat:7pc2ayu4cjaploisdms5s3zz2y

Preface to the Special Issue on Artificial Intelligence for Business Process Management 2019

Fabrizio Maria Maggi, Andrea Marrella
2021 Journal on Data Semantics  
The contributions to this Special Issue clearly show the strong interest of both research and industry in the interconnections between AI and BPM.  ...  adaptation based on experiential learning.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13740-021-00131-0 fatcat:d4ja7bbnfnduljkrtv3kgkqcvm

Preface to the Special Issue: Dynamic Discourse and the Metaphor of Movement

Art Leete, Aimar Ventsel
2012 Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics  
Preface to the Special Issue.  ...  Special Issue aimar Ventsel guest editor of the special issue N o T E S 1 This way of thinking is related to the principal approach to human cognition. according to immanuel kant, every spatial and temporal  ...  in a certain way we attempted to address these issues by organising the arctic Workshops, titled World routes, at the Department of Ethnology, University of Tartu, Esto-nia. this special issue of the Journal  ... 
doaj:032103e4bde74567b00002717622e322 fatcat:virkd6nzkzggvorl3gqqhbvkre

Preface to the empirical software engineering special issue on selected papers from RE'19

Kelly Blincoe, Daniela Damian, Anna Perini
2020 Empirical Software Engineering  
The authors of these candidate papers were invited to submit extended manuscripts for this special issue.  ...  Welcome to this special issue that includes selected empirical studies in Requirements Engineering (RE).  ...  We are deeply grateful to the reviewers of this special issue for their time and constructive feedback, which helped to shape the articles.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10664-020-09887-8 fatcat:br36yhce7jcjvnun7r3n76iqg4


E Võsu, E Kõresaar, K Kuutma
2008 Trames  
Acknowledgements The preparation of this issue was carried out within the auspices of the statetargeted project 'Complexity of Cultural  ...  The current special issue aims to raise some of these questions while implementing an interdisciplinary perspective on particular phenomena that arise from these explorations, in order to consider different  ...  From the perspective of this issue the mediation of memory involves multiple agents, individual and collective, human and inhuman, in their interrelations in the 'memory work'.  ... 
doi:10.3176/tr.2008.3.01 fatcat:gemdwcvzmzdsratbwekpssur5q

Preface to special issue on the cognitive science of cyber defence analysis

Nancy. J. Cooke, Michael. D. McNeese
2013 EAI Endorsed Transactions on Security and Safety  
The Human Factors Integration (HFI) framework is employed as a structure with which to consider the many ways in which the human can differentially affect the security of a system both positively and negatively  ...  3) In contrast to physical attacks, attacks against critical networks or data are relatively cheap and easy to conduct remotely.  ...  The aim would be to not only react to such vulnerabilities but to share awareness and understanding of them amongst all staff, enabling long-term organisational learning.  ... 
doi:10.4108/trans.sesa.01-06.2013.e1 fatcat:5lysgpqpebdbpbdo4u4elc5jey

Guest Editorial Evolving Fuzzy Systems–-Preface to the Special Section

Plamen Angelov, Dimitar Filev, Nikola Kasabov
2008 IEEE transactions on fuzzy systems  
a few successful papers, but also to shape the special issue and to direct the future research on EFSs.  ...  EFS aim at lifelong learning and adaptation, and self-organization (including system structure evolution) in order to adapt to (unknown and unpredictable) environments.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tfuzz.2008.2006743 fatcat:573uxoc72zhojjgog5jx4eaoam

Special issue on computational intelligence in cyber security [Preface]

Dipankar Dasgupta
2008 IEEE Computational Intelligence Magazine  
The CI techniques seem promising to enhance cyber security measures, and have increasingly been applied in the area of information and network security.  ...  Preface C omputational Intelligence (CI) techniques have proven to be flexible in decision making in dynamic environment.  ...  This special issue is devoted to works those used CI techniques to various computer and information security problems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mci.2008.919066 fatcat:4ak2sn5jzjge5or5tw6ta63rjy
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