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LAOS: Layered WWW AHS Authoring Model and their corresponding Algebraic Operators
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In this paper, we describe the design steps for WWW authoring of adaptive hypermedia via a five layer model. Expand
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Patterns in Authoring of Adaptive Educational Hypermedia: A Taxonomy of Learning Styles
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This paper describes the use of adaptation patterns in the task of formulating standards for adaptive hypermedia (AEH) systems that is currently under investigation by the EU ADAPT project. Expand
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Authoring of learning styles in adaptive hypermedia: problems and solutions
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Learning styles, as well as the best ways of responding with corresponding instructional strategies, have been intensively studied in the classical educational (classroom) setting. Expand
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The Three Layers of Adaptation Granularity
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This paper introduces a three-layer model and classification method for adaptive techniques: direct adaptation rules, adaptation language and adaptation strategies. Expand
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Connecting Targets to Tweets: Semantic Attention-Based Model for Target-Specific Stance Detection
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We propose to embed a novel attention mechanism at the semantic level in the bi-directional GRU-CNN structure, which is more fine-grained than the existing token-level attention mechanism. Expand
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Towards adaptation in e-learning 2.0
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This paper presents several essential steps from an overall study on shaping new ways of learning and teaching, by using the synergetic merger of three different fields: Web 2.0, e-learning and adaptation (in particular, personalisation to the learner). Expand
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'Authoring Once, Delivering many': creating Reusable Adaptive Courseware
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This paper addresses the issue of creating reusable adaptive courseware from the point of view of the author (teacher or instructor). Expand
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Adaptation to learning styles in E-Learning: Approach evaluation
It is obvious that we all have different approaches to learning. Psychologists call these individual differences learning styles (LS). Researchers provide recommendations for possible instructionalExpand
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The next generation authoring adaptive hypermedia: using and evaluating the MOT3.0 and PEAL tools
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We propose a set of generic authoring imperatives for adaptive hypermedia, to be consulted by any system implementing creation tools for customization of content. Expand
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What can the Semantic Web do for Adaptive Educational Hypermedia?
  • A. Cristea
  • Computer Science
  • J. Educ. Technol. Soc.
  • 2004
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This paper presents an analysis of this encounter, first from a theoretical point of view, and then with the help of LAOS, an Adaptive Hypermedia (authoring) framework that has already taken many steps towards accomplishing the goals of the Semantic Web. Expand
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