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This paper reviews research results in the field of Generic User Modeling Systems. It describes the purposes of such systems, their services within user-adaptive systems, and the different design requirements for research prototypes and commercial deployments. It discusses the architectures that have been explored so far, namely shell systems that form part of the application, central server systems that communicate with several applications, and possible future agent-based user modeling systems. Major implemented research prototypes and commercial systems are briefly described.
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