delivery context schema and adaptation concept from education

The presentation at

Discusses an approach to 'experience adaptation' using the environment
information per the IMS ACLIP schema.

It is the latter schema which should be considered a serious proposal
in terms of a schema covering both the device environment (on a PC
with assistive capabilities installed) and user preferences.  This comes
from the education domain.

In other words, experimental use of this vocabulary in CC/PP to inform server-based adaptation would be a good thing to do, and if there are
proposals for a 'universal' schema characterizing the delivery context,
it should be defended by an analysis of how it handles these factors.


Received on Thursday, 4 March 2004 04:42:07 UTC