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Current user-centered software development approaches make special emphasis on the characteristics of the user and the tasks that must be accomplished because it affects greatly the way the user interacts with the system. Most research works propose some user characteristics; however, there is not a model that integrates aspects such as psychological,(More)
Most software applications are derived from customer needs, which mainly are expressed as functional requirements. These requirements are the basis for software construction. Identifying user actions, system actions, inputs and outputs from functional requirements, is a fundamental task for deriving usability aspects. In this paper we present a proposal for(More)
Most publications of Context-Aware Recommender Systems (CARS) do not follow a Software Engineering process while building their systems, rather they focus on proposing and testing algorithms. We believe that CARS can be built following a structured development process, therefore this paper reviews Context-Aware Recommender System literature, identify the(More)
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