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                        AH'2002  WORKSHOPS
                       held in conjunction of

2nd International Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive
                         Web Based Systems
                             AH'2002
                 May 29-31, 2002 @ Malaga (Spain)
                    http://www.lcc.uma.es/AH2002


*** RECOMMENDATION AND PERSONALIZATION IN ECOMMERCE ***

Electronic commerce is the process of managing business occurring over
networks,   which    use     non-proprietary    protocols    such   as
Internet.  Business  includes  buying  and   selling of   information,
services and goods and  maintaining a network of relationships between
organizations and individuals.
Recommendation systems are e-commerce applications that provide advice
to users about products  or services they  might be interested in. Web
based  recommendation systems are  the most notable application of the
web  personalization,  i.e., the process  of  tailoring a web  site to
individual     users' characteristics  or  preferences. Recommendation
systems are  exploiting  a vast  range  of  AI  technologies  and  are
defining  new scenarios  for   human to human   and human  to  machine
interaction.  The ultimate  goal is to   offer an  enhanced one-to-one
solution for each single user and meet his  needs more effectively and
efficiently.

Organizer: Francesco Ricci
            ITC-irst. Trento, Italy.
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Extended abstract submission deadline: March 24, 2002
More information: http://ectrl.itc.it/rpec/


*** 2ND WORKSHOP ON PERSONALIZATION IN FUTURE TV ***

The first edition of the Personalization in Future TV workshop (TV'01)
was organized  in Sonthofen,  Germany,  in 2001,  as a forum  in which
researchers from  diverse  areas such  as machine  learning, knowledge
engineering,   cognitive  sciences,   adaptive  user interfaces,   and
business  intelligence could share  their  experiences in the  design,
development   and  exploitation of    user  interfaces for  future  TV
services.

Organizers:   Liliana Ardissono
               Dipartimento di Informatica. Universita`  di Torino, Italy.
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               Yassine Faihe
               Philips Research, The Netherlands.
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Submission of contributions: March 15, 2002
More information:  http://www.di.unito.it/~liliana/TV02/


***  PERSONALIZATION TECHNIQUES IN ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING ON THE WEB:
      TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES ***

The goal of the workshop is to review the current  state of the art in
the   exploitation  of personalization   techniques  within Web  sites
devoted  to electronic publishing, and to  highlight  major trends for
the  future and open research problems.  The  workshop is addressed to
researchers and to electronic publishers.

Organizers: Carlo Tasso
             University of Udine. Italy
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             Stefano Mizzaro
             University of Udine, Italy
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Deadline for submission: March 25, 2002
More information:  http://www.dimi.uniud.it/~mizzaro/AH2002/


*** DOCUMENT COMPRESSION AND SYNTHESIS IN ADAPTIVE HYPERMEDIA SYSTEMS ***

Nowadays,  given the explosion of on-line  information sources and the
existence     of    massive information   universes,     some forms of
(semi-)automatic lossless/lossy compression and synthesization of data
are becoming crucial. The main objective of compression/synthesization
is the  production of a concise, condensed  representation  of the key
information content of  an information source,  for a  particular user
and task.
Lossy Data Compression and Synthesization  will play a central role in
mobile   computing and in    Adaptive  Hypermedia Systems, where   the
information presented  to the user  need to be dynamically scaled with
respect to many conditions, such as the user terminal, the environment
(e.g. location, time, place, battery conditions, etc.) and, of course,
the user needs and wishes.

Organizers: Mario Cannataro
             ISI-CNR. Rende, Italy.
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             Andrea Pugliese
             University of Calabria. Rende, Italy.
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Deadline for submission: April 1, 2002
More information: http://dns.isi.cs.cnr.it/isi/cannataro/docs.html

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