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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.
(Eds.), Adaptive Hypertext and Hypermedia, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 209-247.
Vassileva (Eds.), Adaptive hypertext and hypermedia (pp.
The hypertext personalization problem has attracted many research works that lead to the definition of models and techniques for adaptable and adaptive hypertexts (De Bra & Calvi, 1997; Brusilovsky, 1998).
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.

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