Journal: User Model. User-Adapt. Interact.

Volume 16, Issue 5

403 -- 434Michel Desmarais, Peyman Meshkinfam, Michel Gagnon. Learned student models with item to item knowledge structures
435 -- 462Domenico Rosaci, Giuseppe M. L. Sarnè. MASHA: A multi-agent system handling user and device adaptivity of Web sites
463 -- 0Alfred Kobsa. Editorial Note

Volume 16, Issue 3-4

171 -- 174Elena Gaudioso, Amy Soller, Julita Vassileva. Preface to the special issue on user modeling to support groups, communities and collaboration
175 -- 209Andreas Harrer, Bruce M. McLaren, Erin Walker, Lars Bollen, Jonathan Sewall. Creating cognitive tutors for collaborative learning: steps toward realization
211 -- 248Siriwan Suebnukarn, Peter Haddawy. Modeling individual and collaborative problem-solving in medical problem-based learning
249 -- 280Joshua Introne, Richard Alterman. Using shared representations to improve coordination and intent inference
281 -- 319Judith Masthoff, Albert Gatt. In pursuit of satisfaction and the prevention of embarrassment: affective state in group recommender systems
321 -- 348Ran Cheng, Julita Vassileva. Design and evaluation of an adaptive incentive mechanism for sustained educational online communities
349 -- 376Timothy Read, Beatriz Barros, Elena Bárcena, Jesús Pancorbo. Coalescing individual and collaborative learning to model user linguistic competences
377 -- 401Enrique Alfonseca, Rosa M. Carro, Estefanía Martín, Alvaro Ortigosa, Pedro Paredes. The impact of learning styles on student grouping for collaborative learning: a case study

Volume 16, Issue 2

87 -- 127Matthias Nückles, Alexandra Winter, Jörg Wittwer, Markus Herbert, Sandra Hübner. How do Experts Adapt their Explanations to a Layperson s Knowledge in Asynchronous Communication? An Experimental Study
129 -- 169Alfred Kobsa, Josef Fink. An LDAP-based User Modeling Server and its Evaluation

Volume 16, Issue 1

1 -- 30Stephanie Elzer, Nancy Green, Sandra Carberry, James Hoffman. A Model of Perceptual Task Effort for Bar Charts and its Role in Recognizing Intention
31 -- 62Dina Goren-Bar, Ilenia Graziola, Fabio Pianesi, Massimo Zancanaro. The influence of personality factors on visitor attitudes towards adaptivity dimensions for mobile museum guides
63 -- 82Zhiwen Yu, Xingshe Zhou, Yanbin Hao, Jianhua Gu. TV Program Recommendation for Multiple Viewers Based on user Profile Merging
83 -- 84Bradley A. Goodman, Frank Linton, Robert Gaimari, Janet Hitzeman, Helen Ross, Guido Zarrella. Using Dialogue Features to Predict Trouble During Collaborative Learning
85 -- 86Daniela Petrelli, Elena Not. User-centred Design of Flexible Hypermedia for a Mobile Guide: Reflections on the HyperAudio Experience