Traditional monitoring and user modeling techniques in adaptive hypermedia systems consider pages as atomic units although different sections may refer to different concepts. This has been mainly due to the fact that most user interactions being monitored referred to the request of a new document and there was too little activity information to differentiate between sections of a page. Client-side monitoring can provide additional information on user interactions inside the browser window and may relate them to areas within a document. A user study was carried out to show whether and how this data might be used to identify which parts of a page have been read.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings ABIS 2009|
|Subtitle of host publication||17th Workshop on Adaptivity and User Modeling in Interactive Systems, Darmstadt, 21.-23. September 2009|
|Editors||David Hauger, Mirjam Köck, Andreas Nauerz|
|Place of Publication||Darmstadt, Germany|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 11 Nov 2009|
|Event||17th Workshop on Adaptivity and User Modeling in Interactive Systems, ABIS 2009 - Darmstadt, Germany|
Duration: 21 Sep 2009 → 23 Sep 2009
Conference number: 17
|Conference||17th Workshop on Adaptivity and User Modeling in Interactive Systems, ABIS 2009|
|Period||21/09/09 → 23/09/09|
Hauger, D., & van Velsen, L. (2009). Analyzing Client-side Interactions to Determine Reading Behaviour. In D. Hauger, M. Köck, & A. Nauerz (Eds.), Proceedings ABIS 2009: 17th Workshop on Adaptivity and User Modeling in Interactive Systems, Darmstadt, 21.-23. September 2009 (pp. 11-16). Darmstadt, Germany.