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User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction 1

Editors:Alfred Kobsa
Standard No:ISSN 0924-1868 (print) EISSN 1573-1391 (online)
Links:link.springer.com | Table of Contents
  1. UMUAI 1991 Volume 1 Issue 1
  2. UMUAI 1991 Volume 1 Issue 2
  3. UMUAI 1991 Volume 1 Issue 3
  4. UMUAI 1991 Volume 1 Issue 4

UMUAI 1991 Volume 1 Issue 1

Preface BIBFull-Text v-viii
  Alfred Kobsa
User modelling and user adapted interaction in an intelligent tutoring system BIBAKFull-Text 1-32
  Hyacinth S. Nwana
Beliefs, stereotypes and dynamic agent modeling BIBAKFull-Text 33-65
  Afzal Ballim; Yorick Wilks
Conversation with and through computers BIBAKFull-Text 67-86
  Susan E. Brennan
Revising deductive knowledge and stereotypical knowledge in a student model BIBAKFull-Text 87-115
  Xueming Huang; Gordon I. McCalla

UMUAI 1991 Volume 1 Issue 2

Introduction to the special issues on plan recognition BIBFull-Text 121-123
  David N. Chin
Exploiting temporal and novel information from the user in plan recognition BIBAKFull-Text 125-148
  Robin Cohen; Fei Song; Bruce Spencer
Active acquisition of user models: Implications for decision-theoretic dialog planning and plan recognition BIBAKFull-Text 149-172
  Dekai Wu
Recognizing intentions, interactions, and causes of plan failures BIBAKFull-Text 173-202
  Retz-Schmidt Gudula

UMUAI 1991 Volume 1 Issue 3

Building a user model implicitly from a cooperative advisory dialog BIBAKFull-Text 203-258
  Robert Kass
Modeling default reasoning using defaults BIBAKFull-Text 259-288
  Paul Van Arragon

UMUAI 1991 Volume 1 Issue 4

Utilizing user models to handle ambiguity and misconceptions in robust plan recognition BIBAKFull-Text 289-322
  Randall J. Calistri-Yeh
Generation and selection of likely interpretations during plan recognition in task-oriented consultation systems BIBAKFull-Text 323-353
  Bhavani Raskutti; Ingrid Zukerman