By Tsvi Kuflik, Shlomo Berkovsky, Francesca Carmagnola, Dominikus Heckmann, Antonio Krüger
Ubiquitous consumer modeling differs from typical consumer modeling via 3 extra innovations: ongoing modeling, ongoing sharing, and ongoing exploitation. platforms that proportion their consumer versions will increase the insurance, the extent of element, and the reliability of the built-in consumer versions and hence permit higher features of model. Ubiquitous consumer modeling implies new demanding situations of interchangeability, scalability, scrutability, and privacy.
This quantity offers result of a chain of workshops with regards to Ubiquitous person Modeling seeing that 2003 and extra workshops at a variety of different meetings e.g. on person Modeling and Adaptive Hypermedia within the final 4 years.
The eight revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from the simplest lectures given on the workshops and have been considerably prolonged to be incorporated within the book.
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