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By Tim Hussein, Heiko Paulheim, Stephan Lukosch, Jürgen Ziegler, Gaëlle Calvary

Providing insights into methodologies for designing adaptive structures in line with semantic information, and introducing semantic types that may be used for development interactive structures, this ebook showcases a number of the purposes made attainable by way of semantic models.

Ontologies might increase the practical insurance of an interactive process in addition to its visualization and interplay functions in numerous methods. Semantic types may also give a contribution to bridging gaps; for instance, among consumer types, context-aware interfaces, and model-driven UI iteration. there's huge capability for utilizing semantic versions as a foundation for adaptive interactive platforms. various reasoning and computing device studying ideas exist that may be hired to accomplish adaptive method habit. the arrival and quick progress of associated Open facts as a large-scale selection of semantic info has additionally lead the way for a brand new breed of clever, knowledge-intensive applications.

Semantic versions for Adaptive Interactive Systems contains ten complementary chapters written by means of specialists from either and academia. Rounded off by way of a couple of case reports in genuine international software domain names, this e-book will function a necessary reference for researchers and practitioners exploring using semantic versions inside HCI.

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