Type

Conference Proceedings

Authors

Edmond Walsh
Vincent Patrick Wade
Declan Dagger

Subjects

Computer Science

Topics
adaptivity semantic interoperability semantic services exchange user model elearning explicit knowledge interoperability

Supporting "Personalisation for All" through Federated User Model Exchange Services (FUMES) (2007)

Abstract The growth of applications as services has been rapid. The emergence of various standards has made it much easier to provide basic levels of service interoperability. However, in personalisation and eLearning services there is the additional challenge of semantic interoperability. This involves the interoperation of services based on the sharing and understanding of explicit knowledge, typically relating to the user. This sharing can be made possible through semantic exchange services which map knowledge about the user from one service to another. This paper looks at an approach to semantic interoperability based on Federated User Modelling Exchange Services (FUMES). 1 Introduction
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