By Jack Aaronson (auth.), Paul De Bra, Peter Brusilovsky, Ricardo Conejo (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the second one foreign convention on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based structures, AH 2002, held in Malaga, Spain, in could 2002.
The 33 revised complete papers and 23 brief papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 109 submissions. additionally integrated are 3 invited contributions, 30 posters, and five shows given on the linked doctoral constortium. one of the themes coated are adaptive hypertext and hypermedia, consumer modeling, adaptive studying, adaptive tutoring platforms, details retrieval, academic hypermedia structures, internet adaption, adaptive navigation, adaption and personalization.

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A variety of OH structures are discussed that can be used to implement the techniques found in the taxonomy. By identifying common structures we gain a new perspective on the relationship between different AH techniques. Keywords. Open Hypermedia, Adaptive Techniques, Hypermedia Structure, FOHM, taxonomy 1 Introduction In the late 1980’s, the hypermedia research community developed, amongst others, two separate research threads; one focusing on Open Hypermedia systems (OH) and one on Adaptive Hypermedia systems (AH).

Moreover, the user’s search query, representing the last focus of attention during the interaction, is saved. This information enables the user to connect to the central server for retrieving new items without browsing the catalog from the beginning. For instance, if the user initially searched for the buildings around Torino and wants to visit more places than those available in the agenda, she can directly access the recommendation page where the items are available; see Fig. 1. – On the other hand, when the user downloads an itinerary, the network connection is needed to download the itinerary and the information about the selected tourist attractions, which permanently reside in the database of the INTRIGUE server.

In this paper we re-evaluate Brusilovsky’s pragmatic taxonomy of AH techniques from a structural perspective. A variety of OH structures are discussed that can be used to implement the techniques found in the taxonomy. By identifying common structures we gain a new perspective on the relationship between different AH techniques. Keywords. Open Hypermedia, Adaptive Techniques, Hypermedia Structure, FOHM, taxonomy 1 Introduction In the late 1980’s, the hypermedia research community developed, amongst others, two separate research threads; one focusing on Open Hypermedia systems (OH) and one on Adaptive Hypermedia systems (AH).

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