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adaptive hypermedia

Customizing a link on a Web page based on the habits of the user. In classic hypermedia (classic hypertext), a link is a fixed address to a page or document. An adaptive hypermedia system tracks the browsing behavior of the user and can change the link to a different Web page or document that is more tailored to the user. See hypermedia and hypertext.
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Among the topics are the shattered document approach to adaptive hypertext, deduplication of metadata harvested from open archives initiative repositories, facilitating access and reuse of research materials: the case of The European Library, whether openness and open access policy relate to the success of universities, and a feasibility study of an electronic publishing library service in humanities and social sciences.
The HYPERFLEX, which is an adaptive hypertext browser.
KN-AHS: An Adaptive Hypertext Client of the User Modeling System BGP-MS.
In (Wu, de Kort, & De Bra, 2001), the authors proposed an adaptive hypertext model that included a domain model, a user's model, and adaptation rules.
Some issues have to be considered when developing adaptive hypertext systems:
Finally, the SmexWeb framework addresses an intricate topic in adaptive hypertext systems: consistency.
Adaptive hypertext can either return existing pages or "virtual documents" which are created according to the reader's needs at the time required.
This is a concept familiar from the use of CGI scripts, and is a primary characteristic of adaptive hypertext systems [De Bra et al.

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