School of Information Sciences

Peter Brusilovsky


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Institution of highest degree:
PhD, Moscow State University

Research Interests:

Adaptive Web systems, Social Web, adaptive hypermedia, user modeling, adaptive information systems, intelligent tutoring systems, e-learning, information visualization, digital libraries, human-computer interaction.

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Recent Publications:

Sosnovsky, S. and Brusilovsky, P. (2015) Evaluation of Topic-based Adaptation and Student Modeling in QuizGuide. User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction 25 (4), 371-424. [DOI][PDF]

Parra, D. and Brusilovsky, P. (2015) User-controllable personalization: A case study with SetFusion. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 78, 43–67. [DOI][PDF]

Lin, Y., Trattner, C., Brusilovsky, P., and He, D. (2015) The impact of image descriptions on user tagging behavior: A study of the nature and functionality of crowdsourced tags. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 66 (9), 1785–1798. [DOI][CuL][PDF]

López, C., Butler, B., and Brusilovsky, P. (2014) Does Anything Ever Happen Around Here? Assessing the Online Information Landscape for Local Events. Journal of Urban Technology 21 (4), 95-123. [DOI][PDF]

Lee, D. and Brusilovsky, P. (2014) Recommending Talks at Research Conferences Using Users’ Social Networks. International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems 23 (2). [DOI][PDF]

Hsiao, I. H., Bakalov, F., Brusilovsky, P., and König-Ries, B. (2013) Progressor: social navigation support through open social student modeling. New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia 19 (2), 112-131. [DOI][PDF][CuL][Bibsonomy]

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