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Exploring a Gallery with Intelligent Labels

@inproceedings{Oberlander1997ExploringAG,
  title={Exploring a Gallery with Intelligent Labels},
  author={Jon Oberlander and Chris Mellish and Mick O'Donnell and Alistair Knott},
  booktitle={ICHIM},
  year={1997}
}
Ordinary labels on museum or gallery objects compromise the competing demands of diiering visitors, curators and educators. Although adaptive hypermedia systems ooer a degree of personalisation to the visitor, they do not go as far as they might. Intelligent labelling can achieve higher levels of personalisation, and this is desirable because it leads to a more coherent and educational visit, and because the overall interaction with the hypermedia resource becomes more like an active… 

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