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Title: Interface Engineering and Design: Adaptibility Problems
Authors: Gavrilova, Tatjana
Vasilyeva, Ekaterina
Keywords: Human-Computer Interaction
User Model
Adaptive Interface
Web-Based Learning System
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: The paper describes some investigation’s problems intended to construct user model via psychological assessment for further interface adaptation. The proposed concept of user model comprises formal representation of demographic, professional, physiological and psychological data about the user with stress put on psychological features. Essential users physiological, communicative and cognitive peculiarities are in the center of view in the research theoretical part. The presented research develops flexible user- centered approach as a unity of two main investigation directions – user modeling and adaptive interface’s design. The adaptation engineering procedure is investigated via special interface modeling approach. The targeted implementation is distance learning process. Special software tool InterTrivium for interactive questionnaire presentation is described.
Description: * The research work reviewed in this paper has been carried out in the context of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research funded project “Adaptable Intelligent Interfaces Research and Development for Distance Learning Systems”(grant N 02-01-81019). The authors wish to acknowledge the co-operation with the Byelorussian partners of this project.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/914
ISSN: 1313-0463
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