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A Spiral Model for Adding Automatic, Adaptive Authoring to Adaptive Hypermedia

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A Spiral Model for Adding Automatic, Adaptive Authoring to Adaptive Hypermedia
: At present a large amount of research exists into the design and implementation of adaptive systems. However, not many target the complex task of authoring in such systems, or their evaluation. In order to tackle these problems, we have looked into the causes of the complexity. Manual annotation has proven to be a bottleneck for authoring of adaptive hypermedia. One such solution is the reuse of automatically generated metadata. In our previous work we have proposed the integration of the generic Adaptive Hypermedia authoring environment, MOT (My Online Teacher), and a semantic desktop environment, indexed by Beagle++. A prototype, Sesame2MOT Enricher v1, was built based upon this integration approach and evaluated. After the initial evaluations, a web-based prototype was built (webbased Sesame2MOT Enricher v2 application) and integrated in MOT v2, conforming with the findings of the first set of evaluations. This new prototype underwent another evaluation. This paper thus does a syn...
Maurice Hendrix, Alexandra I. Cristea
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where JUCS
Authors Maurice Hendrix, Alexandra I. Cristea
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