Adaptive Navigation Support. Brusilovsky, P. In 8, pages 263-290.
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Adaptive navigation support is a specific group of technologies that support user navigation in hyperspace, by adapting to the goals, preferences and knowledge of the individual user. These technologies, originally developed in the field of adaptive hypermedia, are becoming increasingly important in several adaptive Web applications, ranging from Web-based adaptive hypermedia to adaptive virtual reality. This chapter provides a brief introduction to adaptive navigation support, reviews major adaptive navigation support technologies and mechanisms, and illustrates these with a range of examples.
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  author = {Peter Brusilovsky},
  title = {Adaptive Navigation Support},
  chapter = {8},
  pages = {263-290},
  doi = {10.1007/978-3-540-72079-9_8},
  abstract = {Adaptive navigation support is a specific group of technologies that support user navigation in hyperspace, by adapting to the goals, preferences and knowledge of the individual user. These technologies, originally developed in the field of adaptive hypermedia, are becoming increasingly important in several adaptive Web applications, ranging from Web-based adaptive hypermedia to adaptive virtual reality. This chapter provides a brief introduction to adaptive navigation support, reviews major adaptive navigation support technologies and mechanisms, and illustrates these with a range of examples.}
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