By Yeliz Yesilada, Sean Bechhofer (auth.), Dr. Manolis Wallace, Professor Marios C. Angelides, Dr. Phivos Mylonas (eds.)
Realizing the starting to be value of semantic variation and personalization of media, the editors of this e-book introduced jointly prime researchers and practitioners of the sector to debate the cutting-edge, and discover rising fascinating advancements. This quantity includes prolonged types of chosen papers provided on the 1st foreign Workshop on Semantic Media variation and Personalization (SMAP 2006), which came about in Athens in December 2006.
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The basic distinction between these two is the object of search (the information need) and systematicity of tactics used. With searching the user is looking 18 Y. Yesilada et al. for something speciﬁc whereas with browsing the user does not have a welldeﬁned task. Looking at these simple deﬁnitions, broadly we can say that COHSE supports browsing. Studies on the browsing paradigm take this view one step further and propose three diﬀerent kinds of browsing again based on the users’ goal or speciﬁcity of the object searched; it can be either very welldeﬁned, not very well deﬁned and not deﬁned at all [2, 12, 19, 23, 25].
Dynamic Linking of Web Resources: Customisation and Personalisation (a) 13 (b) Fig. 5. Diﬀerent visualisation styles of a link box – same set of links presented diﬀerently can easily be introduced and as discussed in the following section depending on the user’s proﬁle, the system can make automated decisions about how to display a link box. The portlet works as follows: the user ﬁrst enters the URL of a page (Fig. 4a). The DLS agent then retrieves the page. Extra links are added, based on the user’s preferences and information provided by the KS and RS.