User Modeling: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference, UM99

Edited by Judy Kay

Springer Wien New York, 1999


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User Models to Assist System Understanding of the User

Bianchi-Berthouze, Berthouze and Kato,   pp. 3-12.
Understanding Subjectivity: An Interactivist View

Chris Johnson,   pp. 13-22.
The Application of User Modeling Techniques to Reason about the Human Contribution to Major Accidents

Neal Lesh, Charles Rich and Candace L Sidner,  pp. 23-32.
Using Plan Recognition in Human-Computer Collaboration

User Models Drive Adaptation of System Actions

Liliana Ardissono and Anna Goy,   pp. 35-44.
Tailoring the interaction with users in electronic shops

Detlef Kuepper and Alfred Kobsa,   pp. 45-54.
User-Tailored Plan Generation

Diane J Litman and Shimei Pan,   pp. 55-64.
An Empirical Evaluation of an Adaptable Spoken Dialogue System

Constructing User Models Explicitly

Michael Fleming and Robyn Cohen,   pp. 67-76.
User Modeling in the Design of Interactive Interface Agents

Mildred L G Shaw, Brian R Gaines,   pp. 77-86.
Supporting Modeling of the Social Practices of other Users in Internet Communities

Christopher C Vogt, Garrison W Cottrell, Richard K Belew, Brian T Bartell,   pp. 87-96.
User Lenses - Achieving 100% Precision on Frequently Asked Questions

Building User Models Unobtrusively


Daniel Billsus and Michael J Pazzani,   pp. 99-108.
A Hybrid User Model for News Story Classification

Robert Bushey, Jennifer Mitchell Mauney and Thomas Deelman,   pp. 109-118.
The Development of Behaviour-Based User Models for a Computer System

Tessa Lau and Eric Horvitz,   pp. 119-128.
Patterns of Search: Analyzing and Modeling Web Query Dynamics

Frank Linton, Deborah Joy and Hans-Peter Schaefer,   pp. 129-138.
Building User and Expert Models by  Long-Term Observation of Application Usage

Rosemary Luckin and Benedict du Boulay,   pp. 139-148.
Capability, Potential and Collaborative Assistance

Mary A Mark and Kenneth R Koedinger,   pp. 149-158.
Strategic Support of Algebraic Expression-Writing

Rafael Morales and Helen Pain,   pp. 159-168.
Modelling of  Novices' Control Skills with Machine Learning

Georgios Paliouras, Vangelis Karkaletsis, Christos Papatheodorou and Constantine D Spyropoulos,  
pp. 169-178.

Exploiting learning techniques for the acquisition of user stereotypes and communities

Wolfgang Pohl and Achim Nick,   pp. 179-188.
Machine Learning and Knowledge-Based User Modeling in the LaboUr approach

Managing User Models: Architectures and Representations

Josef Fink,  pp. 191-200.
Implications from Transaction Management for Adaptive and User Modeling Systems

Eric Horvitz and Tim Paek,   pp. 201-210.
A Computational Architecture for Conversation

Isabel Machado, Alexandre Martins and Ana Paiva,   pp. 211-221.
One for All and All in One - A learner modelling server in a multi-agent platform

Dicky Suryadi and Piotr J Gmytrasiewicz,   pp. 223-232.
Learning Models of Other Agents Using Influence Diagrams

Award Nominee Papers


André Berthold and Anthony Jameson,   pp. 235-244.
Interpreting Symptoms of Cognitive Load in Speech Input

L. Miguel Encarnacao, Stanislav Stoev,   pp. 245-254.
An Application-Independent Intelligent User Support System exploiting Action-sequence based on User Modelling

Daniela Petrelli, Antonella De Angeli and Gregorio Convertino,   pp. 255-264.
A User Centered Approach to User Modelling

Mike Winter and Gord McCalla,   pp. 265-274.
The Emergence of Student Models from an Analysis of Ethical Decision Making in a Scenario-Based Learning Environment

I Zukerman, D W Albrecht and A E Nicholson,   pp. 275-284.
Predicting Users' Requests on the WWW


Short papers:

Derek Brock and J Gregory Trafton,   pp. 287-289.
Cognitive Representation of Common Ground in User Interfaces

Pablo R de Buen, Sunil Vadera and Eduardo F Morales,   pp. 291-293.
A Collaborative Approach to User Modeling within a Multi-functional Architecture

Susan Bull and Simon Shurville,   pp. 295-297.
Reader, Writer and Student Models to Support the Writing Process

Giuseppe Carenini and Johanna Moore,   pp. 299-301.
Tailoring Evaluative Arguments to User's Preferences

Cristina Conati and Kurt VanLehn,   pp. 303-305.
A student model to assess self-explanation while learning from examples

Christine L Lisetti,   pp. 307-309.
Modeling Cognition-Emotion of Users for Improved Interaction with Software Systems

P Marti, A Rizzo, L Petroni, G Tozzi, M Diligenti,   pp. 311-313.
Adapting the museum: a non-intrusive user modeling approach

Angelo Restificar, Syed S Ali, Susan W McRoy,   pp. 315-317.
ARGUER: Using Argument Schemas for Argument Detection and Rebuttal in Dialogs

Annika Waern, Charlotte Averman, Mark Tierney, Asa Rudstrom,   pp. 319-321.
Information services based on user profile communication

Waszkiewicz, Cunningham, Byrne,   pp. 323-325.
Case-based User Profiling in a Personal Travel Assistant


Doctoral Symposium Papers:

Jacek Brzezinski,   pp. 329-330.
User Models and Regression Methods in Information Retrieval in the Internet

Berardina de Carolis,   pp. 331-332.
User Modeling in Mixed-Initiative Hypertexts

Tanja Jörding,   pp. 333-334.
Temporary User Modeling for Adaptive Product Presentation on the Web

Vive Kumar,   pp. 335-336.
Intelligent Help Systems

Stephanie Jean,   pp. 337-338.
PÉPITE: A System to Assess Students' Competence in Elementary Algebra

Angelo C. Restificar,   pp. 339-340.
Towards Building An Interactive Argumentation System

Judi R. Thomson,
  pp. 341-342.
A Framework for Object-Oriented Development of Instructional Hypermedia

Frank Wittig,   pp. 343-344.
Learning Bayesian Networks With Hidden Variables for User Modeling


Invited Presentations

Tak-Wai Chan, National Central University, Taiwan,   pp. 379.
Network Supported Active Social Learning Activities

Alfred Kobsa, GMD-FIT, Germany,   pp. 380.
Recent User Modeling Research in Germany

Gordon McCalla,University of Saskatchewan, Canada,   pp. 381.
The Canadian Telelearning Network of Centers of Excellence and its Potential for User Modelling Research

Riichiro Mizoguchi, Osaka University, Japan,  pp. 382.
User Modeling Research in Japan

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