Goals, Tasks and Application Domains as the Guidelines for Defining a Framework for User Modelling
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The exponential increase of adaptive systems and the difficulty of identifying the relevant dimensions for the construction of user models, are the bases of the choice of building a framework for user modelling. The goal is that of defining a method for identifying such dimensions and moreover creating a taxonomy of goals, features and dimension for different application domains.
KeywordsFramework and dimensions for user modelling ontology for adaptation features reusable user modelling components adaptive hypermedia
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