Talleres,Tutoriales y Eventos Relacionados

Recommendation and Personalization in eCommerce
Electronic commerce is the process of managing business occurring over networks, which use non-proprietary protocols such as Internet. Business includes buying and selling of information, services and goods and maintaining a network of relationships between organizations and individuals.

Recommendation systems are e-commerce applications that provide advice to users about products or services they might be interested in. Web based recommendation systems are the most notable application of the web personalization, i.e., the process of tailoring a web site to individual users' characteristics or preferences. Recommendation systems are exploiting a vast range of AI technologies and are defining new scenarios for human to human and human to machine interaction. The ultimate goal is to offer an enhanced one-to-one solution for each single user and meet his needs more effectively and efficiently.

But there are still major limitations and problems that harness the full exploitation of personalised recommendation systems, both arising from the technology side and from the "human factor". The goal of this workshop is to bring together academic and industrial researchers to discuss the most innovative approaches to recommendation in the context of personalised e-Commence applications and in particular to discuss emerging related topics such as: modelling decision making in recommendation systems, cooperative query answering, session modelling, user modelling, web mining, methodologies for comparison and explanation of recommendations.
Francesco Ricci
ITC-irst. Trento, Italy.
Barry Smyth
Changingworlds. University College. Dublin, Ireland.

2nd Workshop on Personalization in Future TV
The first edition of the Personalization in Future TV workshop (TV'01) was organized in Sonthofen, Germany, in 2001, as a forum in which researchers from diverse areas such as machine learning, knowledge engineering, cognitive sciences, adaptive user interfaces, and business intelligence could share their experiences in the design, development and exploitation of user interfaces for future TV services.
Liliana Ardissono
Dipartimento di Informatica. Universit? degli Studi di Torino. Torino, Italy.
Anna Buczak
Philips Research USA. New York, USA.

Personalization Techniques in Electronic Publishing on the Web: Trends and Perspectives
The goal of the workshop is to review the current state of the art in the exploitation of personalization techniques within Web sites devoted to electronic publishing, and to highlight major trends for the future and open research problems. The workshop is addressed to researchers and to electronic publishers.
Stefano Mizzaro
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. University of Udine. Udine, Italy.
Carlo Tasso
University of Udine. Italy.

Document Compression and Synthesis in Adaptive Hypermedia Systems
Nowadays, given the explosion of on-line information sources and the existence of massive information universes, some forms of (semi-) automatic lossless/lossy compression and synthesization of data are becoming crucial. The main objective of compression/synthesization is the production of a concise, condensed representation of the key information content of an information source, for a particular user and task.
Lossy Data Compression and Synthesization will play a central role in mobile computing and in Adaptive Hypermedia Systems, where the information presented to the user need to be dynamically scaled with respect to many conditions, such as the user terminal, the environment (e.g. location, time, place, battery conditions, etc.) and, of course, the user needs and wishes.
Mario Cannataro
ISI-CNR. Rende, Italy.
Andrea Pugliese
University of Calabria. Rende, Italy.

Adaptive Systems for Web-based Education
Web-based education is currently a hot research and development area. Benefits of Web-based education are clear at hand: learners from all over the world can enroll in learning activities, communicate with other students or teachers, can discuss and control their learning progress - solely based on an internet-capable computer. A challenging research goal is to tailor the access to web-based education systems to the individual learners' needs, as determined by such factors as their previous knowledge on the subject, their learning style, their general attitude and/or their cultural or linguistic background.
Peter Brusilovsky
University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, USA.

Fechas Importantes
24/3/2002 Recommendation and personalization in e-commerce - Paper Submission Fecha limite
24/3/2002 Personalization in Future TV - Paper Submission Fecha limite
25/3/2002 Personalization techniques in electronic publishing on the web - Paper Submission Fecha limite
1/4/2002 Document compression and synthesis in adaptive hypermedia systems - Paper Submission Fecha limite
2/4/2002 Workshop on Adaptive Systems for Web-Based Education Fecha limite
28/5/2002 Talleres y Tutoriales

Presidente de Workshops
Carlo Strapparava
ITC-IRST Trento. Italy.

Presidente de Tutoriales

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