The general focus this quarter is on adaptation and learning in user interfaces and programs. I eschew the word "agent".
We are using the Classroom 2000 technology on the Newton in this seminar.
Check out Adaptive User Interfaces Class 8113d, Fall 94
The papers from last week's AAAI Spring Symposium on Machine Learning in Information Access
Adaptive User Interfaces Principles and Practice Edited by M. Schneider-Hufschmidt, T. Kuhme & U. Malinowski North Holland 1993 Proceedings of the 1993 International Workshop on Intelligent User Interfaces January 4-7, 1993 Orlando, Florida ACM Press Special issue on "Intelligent Agents" Communications of the ACM Vol. 37, Number 7. July 1994 Intelligent Agents Theories, Architectures, and Languages Edited by Michael Wooldridge and Nicholas R. Jennings Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in AI - Volume 890 Published January 1995 (Europe), April 1995 (USA)
webdoggie Maes/MIT Media Lab.
firefly (MIT Maes, Ringo -> Homer -> Firefly).
Letizia: An Agent That Assists Web Browsing
Lieberman/MIT Media Lab.
WebWatcher: A Learning Apprentice for the World Wide Web
CMU: Armstrong, Freytag, Joachims and Mitchell 95
Learning Agents for Information Filtering/Gathering
D P Bayer, C L Green, R Mackenzie, T R Payne & P Edwards
Learning Information Retrieval Agents: Experiments with Automated Web Browsing
Stanford: Balabonovic and Shoham 95
Accelerating Browsing by Automatically Inferring a User's Search Goal.
Drummond, Holte, and Ionescu 93
A Learning Apprentice For Browsing
Holte and Drummond 93
A Softbot-Based Interface to the Internet
[Etzioni and Weld 94]
Category Translation: Learning to Understand Information on the Internet
[Perkowitz and Etzioni 95]
Software Agents: Completing Patterns and Constructing User Interfaces
Jeffrey C. Schlimmer (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Leonard A. Hermens (email@example.com)
The PointCast Network
Aqui system: Lets users make links on pages they do not own. For an example of its use, see Spring 96 Hypermedia design course.
Modeling User Preferences
Sue Long and Chris Atkeson
Web Browsing Agents
Adaptive Systems in Educational Context
How can we extend mail readers and web browsers?
Future Computing in the home
Readings will either be included on this page as links or will be made available each week on the file cabinet behind Gwen Baker's desk (264 CoC).
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