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Merging Strategies for Authoring QoE-based Adaptive Hypermedia

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Merging Strategies for Authoring QoE-based Adaptive Hypermedia
This paper describes recent work on strategy merger development in the authoring process of adaptive hypermedia. The goal of a merging strategy is to break a complex adaptation decision into a number of simpler ones which may be reused more easily and applied in different orders. To demonstrate the proposed method we present an example case study and sample strategies written in the LAG language. The case study is based on a recently proposed model for Quality of Experience in e-learning. This model exposes the complex interaction between a number of factors affecting QoE and hence presents a good candidate for the application of a strategy merger. Finally some evaluation points are identified, a conclusion is drawn and next steps are outlined.
Joshua Scotton, Sabine Moebs, Jennifer McManis, Al
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where JUCS
Authors Joshua Scotton, Sabine Moebs, Jennifer McManis, Alexandra I. Cristea
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