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Deposited in DRO : 02 August 2018 Version of attached le :

@inproceedings{Khan2018DepositedID,
  title={Deposited in DRO : 02 August 2018 Version of attached le :},
  author={Javed I. Khan and Alexandra Ioana Cristea and Ahmed Alamri},
  year={2018}
}
Adaptive Hypermedia (AH) provides a personalised and customised approach, enhancing the usability of hypermedia, by building a model of various qualities of a user and applying this information to adapt the content and the navigation to their requirements. However, authoring adaptive materials is not a simple task, as an author may be pressed for time, or simply lack the skills needed to create new adaptive materials from scratch. The most challenging part is the authoring of the adaptation… 

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