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Report on the 2nd Web Dynamics Workshop, at WWW'2002

By Mark Levene, Alexandra Poulovassilis and Ra Poulovassilis

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This paper presents a `data-centric' model for adaptivehypermedia. Heterogeneous data sources are represented by XML meta descriptions. These descriptions are organised into a directed graph for navigational purposes and into object classes for semantic purposes. Adaption is along three orthogonal dimensions: the user's browsing behaviour, the external environment, and the client device. The first two of these drive the generation of page content and page links, while the third drives the format of pages. A `profile view' defines the set of objects accessible by users belonging to each user profile. The final pages to be displayed on the client device are dynamically generated by applying an XSL document, either at the server or at the client. The authors conclude by describing a three-tier modular architecture which supports their model, which they are currently implementin

Year: 2007
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