AHA ! Adding Adaptive Behavior to Websites

@inproceedings{Bra2003AHAA,
  title={AHA ! Adding Adaptive Behavior to Websites},
  author={Paul De Bra and Natalia Stash and Barend de Lange},
  year={2003}
}
Most websites offer information that is potentially interesting to a wide audience. However, a single presentation may not be suitable for the wide range of people wishing to visit the website. AHA! is a server extension that makes it possible to adapt the content shown on webpages, and the links that appear on these pages, to each individual user. An AHA! application consists of a concept-structure and a set of XHTML pages. The concept-structure (which can be defined using a high-level… CONTINUE READING
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