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 HCI International 2005


3rd International Conference on
Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction (UAHCI 2005)
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA,
22-27 July 2005
Invited Session on
Methods & Technologies for Personalized and Adaptive Web Interaction

The Web has been formed to be an integral part of numerous applications in which a user interacts with a service provider, product sellers, governmental organisations, friends and colleagues. Content and services are available at different sources and places. Hence, Web applications need to combine all available knowledge in order to form personalized, user-friendly, and business-optimal services.

The aim of this session is to bring together researchers and practitioners in the fields of web engineering, adaptive hypermedia, semantic web technologies, knowledge management, information retrieval, user modeling, and other related disciplines which provide enabling technologies for personalization and adaptation on the World Wide Web.

Topics:

  • design, methodologies and architectures of adaptable and adaptive Web information systems
  • user interface design for adaptive applications on the Web
  • semantic web techniques for adaptation
  • authoring of adaptive hypermedia for the Web
  • distributed user modelling and adaptation
  • semantic web mining
  • personalized taxonomies or ontologies
  • hybrid recommendation systems
  • model integration for personalization and recommendation systems
  • web usage, content, and structure mining
  • automated techniques for generation and updating of user profiles
  • machine learning techniques for information extraction and integration
  • applications of relational data mining in personalization
  • adaptive personalized web applications

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 Organizers
Spiros Sirmakessis, Computer Technology Institute and Technological Educational Institution of Messolongi
John Garofalakis, University of Patras and Computer Technology Institute
 
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