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Traditionally, user modeling in adaptive hypermedia systems is based upon monitoring requests of resources on the server. This information, however, is relatively vague and may lead to ambiguous or uncertain conclusions. One approach to improve granularity and accuracy in user models is monitoring "client-side" user interactions in the browser. Despite their steadily growing importance, especially along with the emergence of Web 2.0 paradigms, up to now such interactions are hardly beingdblp:conf/um/Hauger09 fatcat:gwvussrtdfauvcrzzbiybj7mti