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If applications were able to detect a user's expertise, then software could automatically adapt to better match expertise. Detecting expertise is difficult because a user's skill changes as the user interacts with an application and differs across applications. This means that expertise must be sensed dynamically, continuously, and unobtrusively so as not to burden the user. We present an approach to this problem that can operate without a task model based on low-level mouse and menu data whichdoi:10.1145/1240624.1240669 dblp:conf/chi/HurstHM07 fatcat:46vpxea3o5ay5btu4qoi7dwujq