DAH’11:
International Workshop on
Dynamic and Adaptive Hypertext: Generic Frameworks, Approaches and Techniques

CEUR proceedings are available online HERE

Papers and Presentations are available online HERE

Workshop Programme is available HERE

Submission Deadline is Extended

CALL FOR PAPERS (in pdf, in txt)

Dynamically generated hypertext adapted and personalized to the users’ needs and abilities has proven to be a very powerful technique over the last one and a half decade. It is particularly helpful for reducing the information overload that frequently occurs in the modern information world. Adaptive hypertext is equally effective in many environments, be it news, products, artifacts or descriptions thereof in electronic shops, libraries or museums, or even learning materials.
Architecture and framework building efforts allow the hypertext community to lay the foundations for the creation of generic system reference models that spawn research activities in multiple domains. Examples of such generic models are AHAM for adaptive hypermedia and FOHM for open hypermedia as well as the APeLS and Personal Reader frameworks for service-based adaptive hypermedia.
Rapid expansion of hypertext, web-based systems, and adaptive hypermedia resulted in the emergence of a plethora of new terms, conceptual models, and prototype systems. Classical hypermedia models are no longer capable of capturing phenomena that evolve in the Social and Semantic Web. In particular, open corpus adaptation, ontologies, group adaptation, and data mining tools for adaptation are not supported or supported in a limited fashion.

The DAH’11 workshop continues DAH’09 at Hypertext’09 and WABBWUAS’10 workshop at UMAP 2010. The workshop aims at providing a focused international forum for researchers to present, discuss and explore the state of the art as well as outline promising future research directions of dynamic and adaptive hypertext. The workshop will invite submissions addressing different aspects of dynamic and adaptive hypertext that focus on generic frameworks, approaches and techniques and ways of reusing novel models and/or existing system and their components for building adaptive hypermedia systems. A non-exhaustive list of topics of interest includes:
  • Adaptation and personalization
    • open-corpus adaptation
    • group adaptation
    • sharing user models
  • Adaptive/Dynamic Hypertext authoring
    • authoring conceptual adaptation models
  • Data mining for
    • user modeling
    • domain modeling
    • automatic generation of adaptation rules
  • Adaptation frameworks
    • reusing adaptation reasoning and techniques
    • evaluation of frameworks
    • scalability and performance issues

IMPORTANT DATES

April 01, 2011

April 15, 2011 (extended)

Submission of paper (LNCS format, 12-pages maximum)

April 26, 2011 (delayed)

May 6, 2011

Notification of acceptance
May 10, 2011Early conference registration deadline
May 22, 2011 Final papers due
June 6, 2011Workshop day

SUBMISSION PROCEDURES

All submissions will be handled electronically. Please submit your contribution before the submission deadline (April 01, 2011) to the DAH'11 workshop via EasyChair. Each submission will be reviewed by at least two members of the workshop program committee. We aim to publish the proceedings of the workshop as CEUR Workshop Proceedings. All accepted workshop papers will be published in the online workshop proceedings.

Submission types:

    • Full paper (12 pages maximum)
    • Short paper (6 pages maximum)
    • Demo (3 pages)

WORKSHOP CHAIRS

Mykola PechenizkiyEindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
Evgeny Knutov Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
Michael Yudelson Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Eelco Herder Forschungszentrum L3S, Germany
Fabian Abel Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
Geert-Jan HoubenDelft University of Technology, the Netherlands

WORKSHOP PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Paul, De Bra Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
Kevin Koidl Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Ben Steichen Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Ian O'Keeffe Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Riccardo Mazza SUPSI, University of Lugano, Switzerland
Tsvi Kuflik Haifa University, Israel
Daniel Krause Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany

 

For further questions, please contact us at dah2011workshop@gmail.com