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This growth and change motivated a 2012 workshop on Ubiquitous User Modeling on the state of the art and current challenges in Ubiquitous User Modeling, held in Haifa, Israel. ... This was the motivation for the current special issue. This special issue has four papers representing core areas in user modelling research. ...doi:10.1007/s11257-015-9163-5 fatcat:tce7ofnfrjfn3de53oobirykfq
The field of user modeling has come up with many techniques for modeling and adapting to computer users, for example, to their preferences, goals, and intentions, as well as to their cognitive and affective ... that can be seen as relevant to both user modeling and ubiquitous computing. ... Like the first article, this one elaborates on the issue of comprehensible ubiquitous computing systems. ...doi:10.1007/s11257-005-2335-y fatcat:cxnq4ytrhnez5ftx25fcit3vnq
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. ... In fact, the first User Modeling workshop, which was held in Maria Laach, Germany, in 1986, focused on the application of User Modeling to dialogue systems (Kobsa and Wahlster, 1989). ... As the papers in this special issue demonstrate, User Modeling in Natural Language interaction has made substantial progress since its infancy in the 1980s. ...doi:10.1007/s11257-004-7817-9 fatcat:awibggoj4ff7fklp33qvvrpay4
Recommender systems are a key enabling technology that allows intelligent systems to learn from users and adapt their output to users' needs and preferences. ... It has become apparent that a singleminded focus on the user preferences has obscured other important and beneficial outcomes such systems must be able to deliver. ... In the end, the special issue contains seven accepted articles, with four articles on transparency and explanations for recommendations and three on fairness. ...doi:10.1007/s11257-021-09297-5 fatcat:t6kobhg3rjb6jlt2jwu7fdt7jm
About this special issue This special issue of the Journal of User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction (UMUAI) was convened to give further identity to the CrossLAK theme, inviting researchers to submit ... Although the analysis of the data was Preface to the special issue on learning analytics and… Table 1 Overview of papers in this special issue Paper Goals Sources of evidence Detecting students-at-risk ... In the past years, his research has focused on applying artificial intelligence and visualisation techniques to help understand how people learn and collaborate in collocated environments; empowering people ...doi:10.1007/s11257-019-09243-6 fatcat:exibvxmizjdc3po7tadbfiljbu
The focus of this special issue is to explore how such activity records can be exploited to provide user-centric personalization services. where he leads the Smart Personal Technology Lab at ICxT. ... It focuses on the investigation of the effects of self-tracking, behavior change and gaming technologies on people's everyday lives. ... Preface to the special issue on harnessing personal tracking… Focusing on exploring the challenge of training predictive models based on selftracking and sensor data, Garcia-Ceja et al. (2019) argue ...doi:10.1007/s11257-020-09271-7 fatcat:cdh7dtroi5hqppevzx35b4phou
This paper explores the design issues of situated play within a museum through the study of a museum guide prototype that integrates a tangible interface, audio display, and adaptive modeling. ... We discuss our use of design ethnography in order to situate our interaction and to investigate the liminal and engagement qualities of a museum visit. ... Acknowledgments Work presented in this paper is supported by a Canarie Inc. grant under the E-Content program. Authors would especially like to thank Dr. ...doi:10.1007/s00779-006-0101-8 fatcat:mlpvxipvsrcjtnfzli4s3jfzdq
and the way we interact with B Tsvi Kuflik ... From the point of view of the Humanities, we see new approaches to the examination and presentation of culture and history, including greater emphasis in developing storytelling strategies with which to ... Tsvi Kuflik is a professor of Information Systems at the University of Haifa, where he leads a group that focuses on research on Ubiquitous User Modeling and on personalization and Intelligent User Interface ...doi:10.1007/s11257-019-09230-x fatcat:wfiwlvwr2jgtff5ii6bspg5oiy
They survey and classify various existing approaches to modeling time aspects in the user-modeling and recommendation phases. ... This UMUAI special issue on context-aware recommender systems builds on the recent activities in this area and provides important and interesting contributions across a wide number of the aforementioned ... Dietmar Jannach was also one of the co-founders of ConfigWorks GmbH, a company focusing on next-generation interactive recommendation and sales advisory systems. ...doi:10.1007/s11257-013-9139-2 fatcat:2yf5j7b56fbzhcqssdlkedyx4e
We augmented traditional user experience evaluation methods of questionnaires and interviews with observational analysis based on Djajadiningrat's descriptions of aesthetic interaction. ... In this paper we discuss an adaptive museum guide prototype in which playfulness is a key design goal for the interaction experience. ... We thank the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa for their enthusiastic support of this project. We also thank our many colleagues and students for their contributions. ...doi:10.1145/1142405.1142448 dblp:conf/ACMdis/WakkaryH06 fatcat:t2j2b2ta65fxfh5ujzv7xotnky
Meanwhile, we are very grateful to the several scientists who helped in the preparation of this special issue by providing timely and helpful anonymous reviews. ... We are also grateful to the NACO administrators and editors for helping us bring this special issue to press. Prof. Juan J. Merelo, Prof. Maribel García Arenas Prof. David Corne Prof. ...doi:10.1007/s11047-013-9371-z fatcat:3sa6ongkyfgl7cmnmamkxz6zjq
(University of Dela- ware, DE) Preface to the Special Issue on Language-Based Inter- action. User Modeling & User-Adapted Interaction, 2005(Mar), Vol 15(1), 1-3. ... User Modeling & User-Adapted Interaction, 2005(Mar), Vol 15(1), 5-53. ...
The 305 papers contributing to this volume cover the following areas: universal access and design for all; assistive technologies; mobile and ubiquitous interaction; adaptation and personalization; access ... We have con- structed a tool, Quiver, which constructs Dynamic Query interfaces on-the-fly as the result of queries to knowledge models stored on the Alice server. —Journal abstract. 9220. Lucas, M. ...
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Adaptive help systems Adaptive help is a special case of a general class of interactive systems, known as intelligent systems. ... Knowledge of the world continually changes the shape and execution of a task. Ubiquitous computing should adapt to this and should not require the user to follow a prede…ned script. ... Rather than force the user to search out and …nd the computer's interface, ubiquitous computing suggests that the interface itself can take on the responsibility of locating and serving the user. ...doi:10.1007/978-0-387-39940-9_192 fatcat:eyaxqcjb3fb2xf5knaykpdtfa4
SUMMARY OF PAPERS IN THIS SPECIAL ISSUE This special issue received a total of 39 submissions. ... In summary, the first two papers focus on design methods, frameworks, and models. ...doi:10.1109/tlt.2010.39 fatcat:lhifudnv6rhehnlit5npun5pqy
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