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Using Contextual Information with Dynamic Linkbases to Provide Adaptive Hypermedia

Bailey, Christopher P. (2001) Using Contextual Information with Dynamic Linkbases to Provide Adaptive Hypermedia

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This report provides an overview of the work that the author has conducted into the field of adaptive hypermedia systems. This work produced an agent-based adaptive link augmentation system that was presented at the first adaptive hypermedia conference. The knowledge gained from creating this system has been combined with context research to produce a system for augmenting links based on a document’s spatial context. These links are provided from a collection of linkbases, which are activated on demand. Presented with this work is an overview of the history of AH, including a description of some of the pivotal AH, recommender and knowledge delivery systems. The report concludes with the author’s view of the future for this research, including a work plan covering the next 16 months.

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Published date: April 2001
Additional Information: This is a mini-thesis
Keywords: adaptive hypermedia, context, augmented links, link augmentation, dynamic linkbase
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science


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PURE UUID: 6ac2c570-f4d6-4d8b-b5a9-361dbdae4700

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Date deposited: 26 Jul 2002
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:44

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Author: Christopher P. Bailey

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