A ( multi ‘ domain ’ sional ) Scrutable User Modelling Infrastructure for Enriching Lifelong User Modelling

@inproceedings{Kyriacou2009AM,
  title={A ( multi ‘ domain ’ sional ) Scrutable User Modelling Infrastructure for Enriching Lifelong User Modelling},
  author={Demetris Kyriacou and Hugh C. Davis and Thanassis Tiropanis},
  year={2009}
}
A Scrutable User Modelling Infrastructure (SUMI) is proposed in this paper, which focuses on three key Lifelong User Modelling (LUM) requirements: interoperability, scrutability and privacy. SUMI attempts to enrich the LUM vision by examining two unexplored “pieces of the puzzle”: the social e-networking and e-commerce domains. SUMI allows users to gather their various (lifelong) models which they hold with several providers from the social e-networking and e-commerce domains, passes the… CONTINUE READING

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