Modeling a group of television viewers

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Abstract

Watching television tends to be a social activity. So, adaptive television needs to adapt to user groups rather than to individual users. In this paper, we explore different ways in which individual user models can be combined to adapt to groups. We present an experiment on how real people make decisions for groups based on
data about individuals. It is explored how this relates to the issue of modeling groups of learners.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the workshop Future TV
Subtitle of host publicationAdaptive Instruction in your Living Room
Pages34-42
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2002
EventIntelligent Tutoring Systems, 6th International Conference, ITS - Biarritz & San Sebastian (Spain), France
Duration: 2 Jun 20027 Jun 2002

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ConferenceIntelligent Tutoring Systems, 6th International Conference, ITS
CountryFrance
CityBiarritz & San Sebastian (Spain)
Period2/06/027/06/02

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Masthoff, J. (2002). Modeling a group of television viewers. In Proceedings of the workshop Future TV: Adaptive Instruction in your Living Room (pp. 34-42)

Modeling a group of television viewers. / Masthoff, Judith.

Proceedings of the workshop Future TV: Adaptive Instruction in your Living Room. 2002. p. 34-42.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Masthoff, J 2002, Modeling a group of television viewers. in Proceedings of the workshop Future TV: Adaptive Instruction in your Living Room. pp. 34-42, Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 6th International Conference, ITS, Biarritz & San Sebastian (Spain), France, 2/06/02.
Masthoff J. Modeling a group of television viewers. In Proceedings of the workshop Future TV: Adaptive Instruction in your Living Room. 2002. p. 34-42
Masthoff, Judith. / Modeling a group of television viewers. Proceedings of the workshop Future TV: Adaptive Instruction in your Living Room. 2002. pp. 34-42
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