Adaptive User Interfaces for Information Systems: An Evaluation

  • A. T. Hockley


This paper discusses the implications for evaluation procedures of adaptive systems, and describes the results of applying the suggested approach to an adaptive front-end to an electronic mail system. The results are discussed and interpreted, and as a result, suggestions are made on how the system may be improved.


User Model Adaptive System Context Switch Session Figure User Difficulty 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1987

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. T. Hockley
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  1. 1.R19.2.3 Tutoring Systems GroupBritish Telecom Research LaboratoriesMartlesham Heath, Ipswich, SuffolkEngland

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