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  • Towards Multi-Dimensional Adaptation of Digitised Historical Content 

    WADE, VINCENT PATRICK; LAWLESS, SEAMUS; O'CONNOR, ALEXANDER; CONLAN, OWEN; OHLMEYER, JANE; O SIOCHRU, MICHEAL; O'NEILL, ELEANOR (2011)
    Traditional keyword-based search approaches are limited in their retrieval of digital content. In this paper we discuss progress towards multi-dimensional adaptation of digitised content in the context of the European ...
  • Towards Multilingual User Models for Personalized Multilingual Information Retrieval 

    GHORAB, MOHAMMED RAMI ELHUSSEIN; ZHOU, DONG; STEICHEN, BEN; WADE, VINCENT PATRICK (ACM, 2011-06-09)
    The majority of studies in Personalized Information Retrieval (PIR) literature have focused on monolingual IR, and only relatively little work has been done concerning multilingual IR. In this paper we propose a novel ...
  • Towards Non-invasive Adaptive Meta-Cognitive Support for Online Training 

    WADE, VINCENT PATRICK; DAGGER, DECLAN; CONLAN, OWEN; MOORE, ADAM (IEEE, 2011)
    Online training is an increasingly important facet of the skills enhancing portfolio of any organization and has an especial place within life-long learning, career development and other self-regulated adult learning. We ...
  • Towards Policy Decomposition for Autonomic Systems Governance by Applying Biologically Inspired Techniques 

    KEENEY, JOHN; WADE, VINCENT PATRICK (IEEE, 2008)
    Policy-based management systems use declarative rules to govern their operation whilst satisfying the goals of the system. One of the fundamental issues in policy engineering remains the inability to automatically ...
  • Towards requirements for the dynamic sourcing of Open Corpus Learning Content 

    LAWLESS, SEAMUS SEAN TOMAS; DAGGER, DECLAN; WADE, VINCENT PATRICK (2006)
    The dynamic sourcing of Open Corpus Learning Content is a complex and resource intensive process. However, modern technologies and methods can facilitate an efficient content identification and acquisition process. Several ...
  • Towards the use of Policy Decomposition for Composite Service Management by Non-expert End-users 

    KEENEY, JOHN; LEWIS, DAVID; WADE, VINCENT PATRICK (2010)
    With the advent of Web 2.0, as web service composition gets easier, there is a trend towards nonexpert users not just consuming information and services, but also providing, aggregating, composing and eventually managing ...
  • Towards the Visualisation of Collaborative Policy Decomposition 

    CONLAN, OWEN; KEENEY, JOHN; LEWIS, DAVID; O'SULLIVAN, DECLAN; WADE, VINCENT PATRICK (IEEE, 2008)
    Policy-based management is typically used to manage large and complex systems, e.g. the management of telecommunications networks. When collaborating multi-disciplinary managers try to create policies from their own viewpoint ...
  • Towards User-Centric Cross-Site Personalisation 

    KOIDL, KEVIN; WADE, VINCENT PATRICK; CONLAN, OWEN (2011-06)
    Personalisation on the web is mostly confined to Websites of online content providers. The main drawback of this approach is the missing consideration of the users previous cross-site browsing experience resulting in an ...
  • Understanding as We Roam 

    LEWIS, DAVID; O'SULLIVAN, DECLAN; WADE, VINCENT PATRICK (2007)
    Increasingly, the problem for roaming users isn?t discovering local Web services or local context information or even getting their applications to interoperate with them at a syntactic level, but rather achieving ...
  • A unified approach to adaptive hypermedia personalisation and adaptive service composition 

    CONLAN, OWEN; O'KEEFFE, IAN BRIAN; WADE, VINCENT PATRICK (Springer-Verlag GmbH, 2006)
    Adaptive Hypermedia is utilised in several domains, such as eLearning and professional training, where there is a growing movement towards the use of cognitively richer and more `active? approaches to user engagement. ...
  • User-centred Evaluations of Adaptive Systems 

    SHARP, MARY; WADE, VINCENT PATRICK; LAWLESS, SEAMUS; MULWA, CATHERINE (BCS, 2010)
    Adaptive Hypermedia (AH) research is concerned with the dynamic composition and personalisation of hypermedia documents in order to provide more context sensitive retrieval and reuse of digital content. The evaluation of ...
  • Utilizing context in adaptive information services for pervasive computing environments 

    CONLAN, OWEN; LEWIS, DAVID; O'SULLIVAN, DECLAN; POWER, RUAIDHRI SEAN; WADE, VINCENT PATRICK (2004)
    Ubiquitous and pervasive computing environments have the potential to provide rich sources of information about a user and their surroundings. Such context information may form a ba-sis upon which Adaptive Information ...
  • Web-mediated education and training environments: A review of personalised interactive e-learning resources 

    SHARP, MARY; WADE, VINCENT PATRICK; O'DONNELL, EILEEN; MULWA, CATHERINE (Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global), 2013)
    This chapter reviews the concept of personalised eLearning resources in relation to integrating interactivity into asynchronous learning. Personalised eLearning resources are learning resources which are selected to suit ...
  • Workflow - A Unifying technology for (Telecommunications) Operational Support Systems 

    WADE, VINCENT PATRICK (IEEE, 2000)
    A crucial issue facing Telecommunications Service Providers is the need to provide flexible, cost effective, management systems, which can rapidly adapt to changing customer requirements and inarket opportunities. A ...