Shiu Lun Tsang, Siobhán Clarke, Mining user models for effective adaptation of context-aware applications: proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Pervasive Computing, (IPC-07), Intelligent Pervasive Computing -07 : 11-13th Oct, 2007
Current context-aware adaptation techniques are limited in their support for user personalisation. Complex codebases, a reliance on developer modification and an inability to automatically learn from user interactions hinder their use for tailoring behaviour to individuals. To address these problems we have devised a personalised, dynamic, run-time approach to adaptation. The approach provides techniques for selecting the relevant information from a user's behaviour history, for mining usage patterns, and for generating, prioritising, and selecting adaptation behaviour. Our evaluation study shows that the proposed mining approach is more accurate than rule-based and neural network methods when compared to actual user choices.
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