By Judy Kay

ISBN-10: 3211831517

ISBN-13: 9783211831519

ISBN-10: 3709124905

ISBN-13: 9783709124901

User modeling researchers search for methods of allowing interactive software program structures to evolve to their users-by developing, preserving, and exploiting person types, that are representations of homes of person clients. consumer modeling has been discovered to augment the effectiveness and/or usability of software program structures in a wide selection of occasions. recommendations for consumer modeling were built and evaluated via researchers in a few fields, together with synthetic intelligence, schooling, psychology, linguistics, human-computer interplay, and knowledge technology. The biennial sequence of overseas meetings on consumer Modeling presents a discussion board within which educational and commercial researchers from all of those fields can alternate their complementary insights on consumer modeling concerns. the printed court cases of those meetings signify an important resource of data approximately advancements during this area.

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The addition of plan recognition significantly reduced the amount of communication required of the user in typical scenarios. Our subjective impression was that this Iead to a much more natural collaboration, because the eliminated utterances were those that seemed most unnatural to a human. In an initial attempt to quantify the impact of plan recognition, we have run some randomized experiments in the Lotus eSuiteM email domain. This recipe library contains 31 recipes, 32 primitive actions, and 19 non-primitive actions.

Arge window in Figure 1(b) is the graphical interface to the email part of Lotus eSuiteM; this is the "shared artifact" of the collaboration. The two smaller, overlapping windows in the corners ofFigure 1(b) are the agent's and user's harne windows, through which they communicate with each other. For an application-independent toollike Collagen, a key step in building a collaborative agent is to develop a detailed task model for the domain. Based on empirical study of people working on email, Sidner and colleagues have formalized the task structure of this domain in terms of high-level goals, such as "working on email", lower-level goals, such as "filling in a message," and primitive actions corresponding to individual clicks on the eSuite interface.

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