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3rd IUI Workshop on Semantic Models for Adaptive Interactive Systems –

3rd IUI Workshop on Semantic Models for Adaptive Interactive Systems

By on January 5, 2012

Semantic technologies and, in particular, ontologies as formal, shareable representations of a domain of interest play an increasingly important role also for the design, development, and execution of user interfaces and more generally interactive systems. Semantic models can serve a number of different purposes in this context. They can be used as application or interface models in model-driven design, generation at design time as well as at runtime, and integration of user interfaces. Ontologies may enhance the visualization and interaction capabilities of user interfaces in various ways, e.g., by providing input assistance, intelligently clustering information, or adapting the user interface according to the user’s context.

Especially in the latter case, ontologies can be applied for representing the various kinds of context information for context-aware and adaptive systems. In particular, they have promised to provide a technique for representing external physical context factors such as location, time or technical parameters and ‘internal’ context such as user interest profiles or interaction context in a consistent, generalized manner. Owing to these properties, semantic models can also contribute to bridging gaps, e.g., between user models, context-aware interfaces and model-driven UI generation.

There is, therefore, a considerable potential for using semantic models as a basis for adaptive interactive systems. The range of potential adaptations is wide comprising, for example, context- and user-dependent recommendations, interactive assistance when performing application-specific tasks, adaptation of the application functionality, or adaptive retrieval support. Furthermore, a variety of reasoning and machine learning techniques exist, that can be employed to achieve adaptive system behavior.

The workshop will address, among others, the following research issues:

  • Improve UI quality by using semantic models.
  • Representing user models, systems and their behavior, domain knowledge and interaction context by means of semantic models.
  • Cognitively or neurally founded reasoning techniques such as activation spreading for semantic user models.
  • Context-aware interaction based on semantic models.
  • Adaptation strategies and techniques based on semantic models for e.g. recommender systems, adaptive retrieval, collaboration support systems and others.
  • Generating explanations or visualizations to increase user confidence and support traceability.
  • Scalability and performance of semantic model-based interactive systems.
  • Semantic model-driven UI development.
  • Generation and evolution of semantic models for interactive systems.
  • Suitability of highly formal vs. light-weight semantic representations.
  • Consuming linked data in user interfaces.
  • Bringing ontologies together with current UI modeling languages, such as UsiXML.
  • Evaluation approaches for adaptive interaction.

Accepted Papers

The accepted papers will be made available on the workshop website and on CEUR Workshop proceedings. Authors will present their work in front of the workshop audience. The workshop will NOT request the copyright transfer from the authors; therefore, after receiving feedback at the workshop, the authors will be able to submit the improved versions of their papers to conferences and journals (the workshop organizers are currently exploring the possibilities to organize a special issue on this topic in some research journal).

Please find the submission instructions here.

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