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Proceedings of the 2011 Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization

Fullname:Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization
Editors:Joseph A. Konstan; Ricardo Conejo; José. Marzo; Nuria Oliver
Location:Girona, Spain
Dates:2011-Jul-11 to 2011-Jul-15
Series:Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2011, Volume 6787
Standard No:ISBN: 3-642-22362-1, 978-3-642-22362-4; hcibib: UMAP11
Links:Proceedings Page | Conference Home Page
  1. Full Research Papers
  2. Short Research Papers
  3. Long Industry Papers
  4. Doctoral Consortium Papers

Full Research Papers

Analyzing User Modeling on Twitter for Personalized News Recommendations BIBAKFull-Text 1-12
  Fabian Abel; Qi Gao; Geert-Jan Houben; Ke Tao
Ensembling Predictions of Student Knowledge within Intelligent Tutoring Systems BIBAKFull-Text 13-24
  Ryan S. J. d. Baker; Zachary A. Pardos; Sujith M. Gowda; Bahador B. Nooraei; Neil T. Heffernan
Creating Personalized Digital Human Models of Perception for Visual Analytics BIBAKFull-Text 25-37
  Mike Bennett; Aaron Quigley
Coping with Poor Advice from Peers in Peer-Based Intelligent Tutoring: The Case of Avoiding Bad Annotations of Learning Objects BIBAFull-Text 38-49
  John Champaign; Jie Zhang; Robin Cohen
Modeling Mental Workload Using EEG Features for Intelligent Systems BIBAKFull-Text 50-61
  Maher Chaouachi; Imène Jraidi; Claude Frasson
Context-Dependent Feedback Prioritisation in Exploratory Learning Revisited BIBAKFull-Text 62-74
  Mihaela Cocea; George D. Magoulas
Performance Comparison of Item-to-Item Skills Models with the IRT Single Latent Trait Model BIBAKFull-Text 75-86
  Michel C. Desmarais
Hybrid User Preference Models for Second Life and OpenSimulator Virtual Worlds BIBAKFull-Text 87-98
  Joshua Eno; Gregory Stafford; Susan Gauch; Craig W. Thompson
Recipe Recommendation: Accuracy and Reasoning BIBAKFull-Text 99-110
  Jill Freyne; Shlomo Berkovsky; Gregory Smith
Tag-Based Resource Recommendation in Social Annotation Applications BIBAFull-Text 111-122
  Jonathan Gemmell; Thomas Schimoler; Bamshad Mobasher; Robin Burke
The Impact of Rating Scales on User's Rating Behavior BIBAFull-Text 123-134
  Cristina Gena; Roberto Brogi; Federica Cena; Fabiana Vernero
Looking Beyond Transfer Models: Finding Other Sources of Power for Student Models BIBAKFull-Text 135-146
  Yue Gong; Joseph E. Beck
Using Browser Interaction Data to Determine Page Reading Behavior BIBAKFull-Text 147-158
  David Hauger; Alexandros Paramythis; Stephan Weibelzahl
A User Interface for Semantic Competence Profiles BIBAKFull-Text 159-170
  Martin Hochmeister; Johannes Daxböck
Open Social Student Modeling: Visualizing Student Models with Parallel IntrospectiveViews BIBAKFull-Text 171-182
  I-Han Hsiao; Fedor Bakalov; Peter Brusilovsky; Birgitta König-Ries
Location-Adapted Music Recommendation Using Tags BIBAKFull-Text 183-194
  Marius Kaminskas; Francesco Ricci
Leveraging Collaborative Filtering to Tag-Based Personalized Search BIBAKFull-Text 195-206
  Heung-Nam Kim; Majdi Rawashdeh; Abdulmotaleb El Saddik
Modelling Symmetry of Activity as an Indicator of Collocated Group Collaboration BIBAKFull-Text 207-218
  Roberto Martinez; Judy Kay; James R. Wallace; Kalina Yacef
A Dynamic Sliding Window Approach for Activity Recognition BIBAKFull-Text 219-230
  Javier Ortiz Laguna; Angel García Olaya; Daniel Borrajo
Early Detection of Potential Experts in Question Answering Communities BIBAKFull-Text 231-242
  Aditya Pal; Rosta Farzan; Joseph A. Konstan; Robert E. Kraut
KT-IDEM: Introducing Item Difficulty to the Knowledge Tracing Model BIBAKFull-Text 243-254
  Zachary A. Pardos; Neil T. Heffernan
Walk the Talk: Analyzing the Relation between Implicit and Explicit Feedback for Preference Elicitation BIBAFull-Text 255-268
  Denis Parra; Xavier Amatriain
Finding Someone You Will Like and Who Won't Reject You BIBAFull-Text 269-280
  Luiz Augusto Pizzato; Tomek Rej; Kalina Yacef; Irena Koprinska; Judy Kay
Personalizing the Theme Park: Psychometric Profiling and Physiological Monitoring BIBAKFull-Text 281-292
  Stefan Rennick-Egglestone; Amanda Whitbrook; Caroline Leygue; Julie Greensmith; Brendan Walker; Steve Benford; Holger Schnädelbach; Stuart Reeves; Joe Marshall; David Kirk; Paul Tennent; Ainoje Irune; Duncan Rowland
Recognising and Recommending Context in Social Web Search BIBAKFull-Text 293-304
  Zurina Saaya; Barry Smyth; Maurice Coyle; Peter Briggs
Tags as Bridges between Domains: Improving Recommendation with Tag-Induced Cross-Domain Collaborative Filtering BIBAKFull-Text 305-316
  Yue Shi; Martha Larson; Alan Hanjalic
User Modeling -- A Notoriously Black Art BIBAKFull-Text 317-328
  Michael Yudelson; Philip I. Pavlik; Kenneth R. Koedinger

Short Research Papers

Selecting Items of Relevance in Social Network Feeds BIBAFull-Text 329-334
  Shlomo Berkovsky; Jill Freyne; Stephen Kimani; Gregory Smith
Enhancing Traditional Local Search Recommendations with Context-Awareness BIBAKFull-Text 335-340
  Claudio Biancalana; Andrea Flamini; Fabio Gasparetti; Alessandro Micarelli; Samuele Millevolte; Giuseppe Sansonetti
Gender Differences and the Value of Choice in Intelligent Tutoring Systems BIBAFull-Text 341-346
  Derek T. Green; Thomas J. Walsh; Paul R. Cohen; Carole R. Beal; Yu-Han Chang
Towards Understanding How Humans Teach Robots BIBAWeb Page 347-352
  Tasneem Kaochar; Raquel Torres Peralta; Clayton T. Morrison; Ian R. Fasel; Thomas J. Walsh; Paul R. Cohen
Towards Open Corpus Adaptive Hypermedia: A Study of Novelty Detection Approaches BIBAKFull-Text 353-358
  Yi-ling Lin; Peter Brusilovsky
4MALITY: Coaching Students with Different Problem-Solving Strategies Using an Online Tutoring System BIBAKFull-Text 359-364
  Leena Razzaq; Robert W. Maloy; Sharon Edwards; David Marshall; Ivon Arroyo; Beverley P. Woolf

Long Industry Papers

Capitalizing on Uncertainty, Diversity and Change by Online Individualization of Functionality BIBAKFull-Text 365-376
  Reza Razavi
Prediction of Socioeconomic Levels Using Cell Phone Records BIBAFull-Text 377-388
  Victor Soto; Vanessa Frias-Martinez; Jesus Virseda; Enrique Frias-Martinez
User Perceptions of Adaptivity in an Interactive Narrative BIBAKFull-Text 389-400
  Karen Tanenbaum; Marek Hatala; Joshua Tanenbaum

Doctoral Consortium Papers

Performance Prediction in Recommender Systems BIBAKFull-Text 401-404
  Alejandro Bellogín
Multi-perspective Context Modelling to Augment Adaptation in Simulated Learning Environments BIBAFull-Text 405-408
  Dimoklis Despotakis
Situation Awareness in Neurosurgery: A User Modeling Approach BIBAKFull-Text 409-413
  Shahram Eivazi
Adaptive Active Learning in Recommender Systems BIBAFull-Text 414-417
  Mehdi Elahi
Extending Sound Sample Descriptions through the Extraction of Community Knowledge BIBAKFull-Text 418-421
  Frederic Font; Xavier Serra
Monitoring Contributions Online: A Reputation System to Model Expertise in Online Communities BIBAKFull-Text 422-425
  Thieme Hennis
Student Procedural Knowledge Inference through Item Response Theory BIBAKFull-Text 426-429
  Manuel Hernando
Differences on How People Organize and Think about Personal Information BIBAKFull-Text 430-433
  Matjaz Kljun
Towards Contextual Search: Social Networks, Short Contexts and Multiple Personas BIBAKFull-Text 434-437
  Tomáš Kramár
Using Folksonomies for Building User Interest Profile BIBAKFull-Text 438-441
  Harshit Kumar; Hong-Gee Kim
Designing Trustworthy Adaptation on Public Displays BIBAKFull-Text 442-445
  Ekaterina Kurdyukova
Using Adaptive Empathic Responses to Improve Long-Term Interaction with Social Robots BIBAKFull-Text 446-449
  Iolanda Leite
A User Modeling Approach to Support Knowledge Work in Socio-computational Systems BIBAKFull-Text 450-453
  Karin Schoefegger
Modeling Individuals with Learning Disabilities to Personalize a Pictogram-Based Instant Messaging Service BIBAKFull-Text 454-457
  Pere Tuset-Peiró
FamCHAI: An Adaptive Calendar Dialogue System BIBAKFull-Text 458-461
  Ramin Yaghoubzadeh