User adaptation in user-system-interaction

@inproceedings{Fischer2003UserAI,
  title={User adaptation in user-system-interaction},
  author={Fischer},
  year={2003}
}
1 The assumption that users act as if their behaviour is controlled by a self-regulatory system (Carver and Scheier, 1998) is applied to user-system interaction. The self-regulatory system is specified as a feedback control mechanism consisting of monitoring, evaluation and action adjustment mechanisms. Two experiments were carried out to test whether perception processes take care of monitoring, and whether evaluation, based on a comparison of the results of monitoring with reference values… CONTINUE READING

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