Type

Conference Proceedings

Authors

Seamus Lawless
Vincent Patrick Wade
Catherine Mulwa
Mary Sharp

Subjects

Computer Science

Topics
web based computer science and engineering user evaluation domain experts user experience data analysis adaptive systems efex user adaptive systems

An Evaluation Framework for End-User Experience in Adaptive Systems (2011)

Abstract The evaluation of adaptive and personalised systems is a difficult, complicated and very demanding endeavour due to the complex nature of these systems and the usability issues encountered. This demonstration introduces a web-based framework to support the evaluation of end-user experience in adaptive and personalised systems. This framework has been developed based upon advice from domain experts and a review of evaluation approaches, methodologies and techniques adopted by existing adaptive systems. The benefits of the framework include: i) the provision of an interactive reference and recommendation tool to encourage the evaluation of adaptive systems; ii) the collaborative nature of the framework facilitates the sharing of evaluation information among researchers from diverse communities; iii) the identification of pitfalls in the planning process as well as in data analysis; and iv) the translation of presented information into users language of choice.
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Full list of authors on original publication

Seamus Lawless, Vincent Patrick Wade, Catherine Mulwa, Mary Sharp

Experts in our system

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Seamus Lawless
Trinity College Dublin
Total Publications: 64
 
2
Vincent Patrick Wade
Trinity College Dublin
Total Publications: 123
 
3
Catherine Mulwa
Trinity College Dublin
Total Publications: 17
 
4
Mary Sharp
Trinity College Dublin
Total Publications: 22