|Session 4: (Wednesday pm) Adaptive Hypermedia (1)|
|9||Integrating User Operations in Multichannel Hypermedia||Franca Garzotto, Vito Perrone |
Short paper: Adaptive Hypermedia, Hypertext Structure, conceptual modelling, multi-channel, services on the Web, Web operations, context, UML, OCL
Web Applications are progressively becoming multi-channel and cross-channel. The “same” service should be made available in different delivery environments and devices. A user may invoke a service on one device, suspend it, and complete its execution in another one. In this paper we provide the reader with the main concepts and innovative aspects of MC2 a design framework for specifying Multi/Cross Channel web application services. MC2 adopts an high-level, end user perspective and exploits the notion of context, to characterize who, where and how an operation can be invoked.
|10||Pocket News: News Contents Adaptation for Mobile User||Youn-Sik Hong, In-Sook Park, Jeong-Taek Ryu, Hye-Sun Hur |
Short paper: Adaptive Hypermedia, Evaluation, Linking
We have presented a system called Pocket News that transforms web contents in the internet automatically and directly to the contents to be adapted for a mobile terminal, especially PDA. It is adequate for frequently changed web sites, like as news contents. We have also proposed a page splitting technique to navigate mobile pages with button controls instead of conventional scroll up/down controls. The proposed system also produces mHTML page for mobile phone which supports the Mobile Explorer.
|11||AHA! The Adaptive Hypermedia Architecture||Paul De Bra, Ad Aerts, Bart Berden, Barend de Lange, Brendan Rousseau, Tomi Santic, David Smits, Natalia Stash |
Technical Briefing: Adaptive hypermedia, adaptive presentation, adaptive navigation support, authoring support
AHA!, the Adaptive Hypermedia Architecture, was originally developed to support an on-line course with some user guidance through conditional (extra) explanations and conditional link hiding. This paper describes the many extensions and tools that have turned AHA! into a versatile adaptive hypermedia platform. It also shows how AHA! can be used to add different adaptive features to applications such as on-line courses, museum sites, encyclopedia, etc. The architecture of AHA! is heavily inspired by the AHAM reference model