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Adaptive feedback in web systems
Written by (author):
|Ing. Marek Grznár|
|Ing. Martin Labaj|
|Final thesis progress:||Final thesis was successfully defended.|
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|Language of final thesis:||Slovak|
|Title of the thesis:||Adaptive feedback in web systems|
One of the main processes in the adaptive web systems is the communication between the system and its users. The user evaluates the presented information, e.g., whether it was useful or helpful. Based on this information, the adaptive system provides recommendations of other content useful for the user. The processes of feedback collection and result presentation used in the adaptive methods could also be adaptive themselves. In our work we analyze two basic types of feedback -- explicit feedback and implicit feedback. In context of explicit feedback we consider the problems of its collection. Furthermore, we compare these two types of feedback. We proposed an adaptive feedback method for web systems. Our project was employed in ALEF. In our solution we used a combination of implicit and explicit feedback, by whitch we would like to increase the number of ratings from users. We track user behavior using implicit feedback, and ask for rating of an item in suitable moments.
|Key words:||ALEF, Difficulty rating, feedback|
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