Adaptive Hypertext. The shattered document approach

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We study how adaptive hypertext may improve the utilization of large online documents. We put forth the inter-related concepts of shattered documents, and renoding:splitting a document into components smaller than the page, called noogramicles, andcreating each page as a new assemblage of noogramicles each time it is accessed. Theadaptation comes from learning the navigation patterns of the usors (authors andreaders), and is manifested in the assemblage of pages. Another essential trait of ourwork is the utilization of user simulation for testing our hypotheses. We have createdsoftware simulators and conducted experiments with them to compare several adaptiveand non-adaptive configurations. Yet another important aspect of our work was thestudy and adoption of the technique of spreading activation to explore the networkdatabase of the learnt model of travels. We have realised a quantitative evaluationbased on utilization quality measures adapted to the problem: session size, sessioncost.

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