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User Interaction Context - Studying and Enhancing Automatic User Task Detection on the ComputerDesktop via an Ontology-based User Interaction Context Model

Dissertation Andreas S. Rath 2010

User context detection has recently gained momentum, thanks to the interest shown by several established research areas, such as information retrieval, personal information management, technology enhanced learning as well as task and process management. In the information retrieval area user context is exploited for personalizing search, in personal information management…

Relevanz-Feedback in Information Retrieval Systemen

Thesis (old curriculum) Peter Prettenhofer 2009

This thesis explores the use of connectionist models for adaptive information retrieval. In general, adaptive information retrieval refers to the process of adapting the search towards the users context and need (cf. [Joho et al., 2008]). In particular, the goal of an adaptive information retrieval system is to improve retrieval…

Examining E-Learning And Discovering Issues Far More Important

Dissertation Narayanan Kulathuramaiyer 2008

E-Learning has been predominantly seen as a course management system focusing mainly on the needs of the instructor. We view E-Learning as being the Knowledge Transfer aspect of Knowledge Management, with networked systems facilitating knowledge creation, organization and archiving. We propose a Knowledge Management Model for Guided Internalisation that enables…

Organizational Competency Management - A Competence Performance Approach

Dissertation Tobias Ley 2006

This work is concerned with a new approach in organizational Competency Management. The goal is to develop a method that is practically feasible for organizational settings, is firmly based in psychological conceptions of human competence and performance in the workplace, and employs a degree of mathematical formalization that improves possibilities…

Semiautomatische Erstellung von Wissenslandkarten mittels Knowledge Mining Techniken

Thesis (old curriculum) Thomas Neidhart 2005

By the abundance of existing information the need after a suitable structuring of this data flood arises to facilitate a respective user/system in extracting knowledge or to make it possible at all. The first step to structure given data-sets consists in finding and defining suitable concepts which are used to…

Asset- und Rechtemanagement im Umfeld digitaler Bibliotheken

Master's thesis Philip Hofmair 2005

A reaction to the ever increasing flood of information, especially in the digital sector, is the growing desire to find better methods to organize and control it. Be it documenting and coping with the general information appearing daily on billions of internet sites, or be it dealing with the highly…

Classification of Hierarchical Document Spaces Using Machine Learning Technologies

Thesis (old curriculum) Michael Granitzer 2003

Due to the permantently growing amount of textual data, automatic methods for organizing the data are required. Automatic text classification is one of these methods. Based on the textual content of the document, it automatically assigns documents to a predefined set of classes. Normally, the set of classes is hierarchically…

A Contribution to Affinity Measures in Knowledge Management Systems

Thesis (old curriculum) Manuel Fischer 2003

Starting point of this thesis is experience that has shown that additional value is created in knowledge-management systems, if the relationship between knowledge carriers is made explicit to users. Knowledge carriers can be users as well as documents, in this context. Based on this, the goal of this work is…

Visualisation Islands: Interactive Visualisation and Clustering of Search Result Sets

Thesis (old curriculum) Vedran Sabol 2001

The amount of knowledge available electronically is increasing exponentially. Huge amounts of information are available over the Internet and searching for a specific topic often results in a large number of matches. A significant portion of hits is often not at all of interest and the retrieved information contains no…

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