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In recent years, three-dimensional Virtual Environments developed with virtual reality and graphical computation technologies have evolved in the Web. Thus, users with different profiles, cultures and knowledge levels can access such environments remotely. In such a way, it is necessary to use an efficient interface to manage Web accesses and to actualize virtual environments to adapt them to each user's characteristics. This article presents an intelligent Web interface managed by a society of software agents that follows and identifies user's actions in order to propose modifications in the virtual environment, through 3D objects updating. The interface is capable to identify user's actions and to react to them in real time, without loss of performance. The objects used in the construction and adaptation of a Virtual Environment are stored into a database and are retrieved by agents, according to the specific negotiation rules defined in an ontology for the domain.
Date of Conference: 23-25 Aug. 2010