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Adaptive hypermedia is a new direction of research within the area of adaptive and user model-based interfaces. Adaptive hypermedia (AH) systems build a model of the individual user and apply it for adaptation to that user, for example, to adapt the content of a hypermedia page to the user's knowledge and goals, or to suggest the most relevant links to(More)
  • Wayne Hodgins, Erik Duval, Carlos C Amano, Thor Anderson, Patricia Barkman, Bill Blackmon +48 others
  • 2002
and thus a draft of a proposed IEEE-SA Standard 1484.12.1 As such, this document may still be subject to changes in the final editing for publishing by IEEE as an approved IEEE – SA Standard. Permission is hereby granted for IEEE Standards Committee participants to reproduce this document for purposes of IEEE standardization activities only. Prior to(More)
Many Web-based educational applications are expected to be used by very different groups of users without the assistance of a human teacher. Accordingly there is a need for systems which can adapt to users with very different backgrounds, prior knowledge of the subject and learning goals. An electronic textbook is one of the most prominent varieties of(More)
Adaptive and intelligent Web-based educational systems (AIWBES) provide an alternative to the traditional " just-put-it-on-the-Web " approach in the development of Web-based educational courseware (Brusilovsky & Miller, 2001). AIWBES attempt to be more adaptive by building a model of the goals, preferences and knowledge of each individual student and using(More)
Adaptive hypermedia is a relatively new direction of research on the crossroads of hypermedia and user modeling. Adaptive hypermedia systems build a model of the goals, preferences and knowledge of each individual user, and use this model throughout the interaction with the user, in order to adapt to the needs of that user. Educational hypermedia was one of(More)
This paper discusses the problems of developing versatile adaptive and intelligent learning systems that can be used in the context of practical Web-based education. We argue that versatility is an important feature of successful Web-based education systems. We introduce ELM-ART, an intelligent interactive educational system to support learning programming(More)
We argue that traditional sequencing technology developed in the field of intelligent tutoring systems could find an immediate place in large-scale web-based education. This paper discusses two models that have been explored by the authors – the dynamic course generation system DCG and the concept-based course maintenance system CoCoA. DCG includes(More)
Making ITS available on the World Wide Web (WWW) is a way to integrate the flexibility and intelligence of ITS with worldwide availability of WWW applications. This paper discusses the problems of developing WWW-available ITS and, in particular, the problem of porting existing ITS to a WWW platform. We present the system ELM-ART which is a WWW-based ITS to(More)