A method for incorporating user modelling

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Authors: de Vrieze, P.T., van Bommel, P. and van der Weide, T.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/13485/

Publisher: Radboud University Nijmegen

In this paper a method is presented for adding user modelling to existing software systems. The method consists of seven steps that lead from initial analysis to the definition and evaluation of the elements needed for the adaptive behaviour.

Further the concept of an adaptation element is introduced. Such an adaptation element can be used to determine the impact of personalisations.

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Authors: Vrieze, P.D., Bommel, P.V. and Weide, T.P.V.D.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/13485/

Pages: 136-141

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Authors: de Vrieze, P., van Bommel, P. and van der Weide, T.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/13485/

Pages: 136-141

ISSN: 0972-7272

In this paper a method is presented for adding user modelling to (existing) software systems. The method consists of seven steps that lead from initial analysis to the definition and evaluation of the elements needed for the adaptive behaviour. Along with the method, the central concepts of adaptation elements and adaptation graphs are introduced. An adaptation element can be used to determine the impact of personalisations, while adaptation graphs describe the adaptation in a system as a whole.

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