[WWW8 logo] Second Workshop on Adaptive Systems and User Modeling on the World Wide Web
[UM'99 logo]
8th International Word Wide Web Conference
Toronto, Canada, May 11-14, 1999

7-th International Conference on User Modeling
Banff, Canada, June 20-24, 1999

Schedule for the WWW'8 Session




Session 1: Architectures

Paul De Bra: Design Issues in Adaptive Hypermedia Application Development

Paul Maglio: WBI: How to program the Web with Intermediaries


Coffee Break


Session 2: Educational appplications

Nicola Henze, Wolfgang Nejdl: Adaptivity in the KBS Hyperbook System

Marcus Specht, Alfred Kobsa: Interaction of domain expertise and interface design in adaptive educational hypermedia

Poster introductions


Lunch Break (lunch will be provided)


Demo session


Session 3: Information systems

S. Garlatti, S. Iksal, P. Kervella: Adaptive On-Line Information System by means of a Task Model and Spatial Views

Mike Perkowitz, Oren Etzioni: Adaptive Web Sites: Conceptual Cluster Mining (short paper)

Poster introductions


Poster session followed by Coffee Break

Johan Åberg and Nahid Shahmehri: Web Assistants: Towards an Intelligent and Personal Web Shop

Maria Barra, Alberto Negro, Vittorio Scarano: When the Teacher learns: a Model for Symmetric Adaptivity

Peter Brusilovsky, David W. Cooper: ADAPTS: Adaptive hypermedia for a Web-based performance support system

R.M. Carro, E. Pulido, P. Rodríguez: TANGOW: Task-based Adaptive learNer Guidance On the WWW

Brian D. Davison: Adaptive Web Prefetching


Session 4: User interests and user tracking

Henry Lieberman, Aileen Tang: Tracking Incremental Change of User Interests on the Web

Anna Stefani and Carlo Strapparava: Exploiting NLP techniques to build user model for Web sites: the use of WordNet in SiteIF Project


General discussion