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A Decentralized Architecture for Sharing and Reusing Lifelogs

@inproceedings{Iyilade2013ADA,
  title={A Decentralized Architecture for Sharing and Reusing Lifelogs},
  author={Johnson Iyilade and Julita Vassileva},
  booktitle={UMAP Workshops},
  year={2013}
}
Nowadays, there are growing number of devices and applications that assist user in her day-to-day activities. These devices and applications collect and store enormous amount of information about user’s daily lives clickstreams, events, interests, etc. These life-logs are valuable data source for enriching user modeling when shared and reused across applications and devices. While many frameworks and solutions have been proposed for user model sharing and reuse, most existing solutions follow… 

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