By Emile Aarts (auth.), Paul M. E. De Bra, Wolfgang Nejdl (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 3rd overseas convention on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based structures, AH 2004, held in Eindhoven, The Netherlands in August 2004.

The 27 revised complete papers and 18 revised brief papers provided including three abstracts of keynote talks, four doctoral consortium displays, and 17 posters have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 138 submissions. The papers offer an outstanding view on cutting edge personalization and model functionalities in numerous components together with e-learning, e-commerce, cellular vacationer publications, and so on; additionally they convey the combination of personalization functionalities hired in internet environments, in ambient intelligence and clever brokers contexts, and construction upon adaptive hypermedia and semantic net applied sciences, internet seek, internet prone, social and peer-to-peer networks, and recommender systems.

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Communications of the ACM, Special Issue on Service-Oriented Computing, 46(10), 2003. 10. P. Dolog, N. Henze, W. Nejdl, and M. Sintek. Towards the Adaptive Semantic Web. In Proc. 1st Workshop on Principles and Practice of Semantic Web Reasoning (PPSWR’03), Mumbai, India, 2003. 11. Y. Han, H. Geng, H. Li, J. Xiong, G. Li, B. Holtkamp, R. Gartmann, R. Wagner, and N. Weissenberg. VINCA - a visual and personalized business-level composition language for chaining Web-based Services. In Proc. International Conference on Service-Oriented computing (ICSOC 2003), pages 165–177, Trento, Italy, 2003.

Li, B. Holtkamp, R. Gartmann, R. Wagner, and N. Weissenberg. VINCA - a visual and personalized business-level composition language for chaining Web-based Services. In Proc. International Conference on Service-Oriented computing (ICSOC 2003), pages 165–177, Trento, Italy, 2003. 12. T. Kamamura, J. DeBlasio, T. Hasegawa, M. Paolucci, and K. Sycara. Preliminary report of public experiment of semantic service matchmaker with UDDI business registry. In Proc. International Conference on Service-Oriented computing (ICSOC 2003), pages 208–224, Trento, Italy, 2003.

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