A Smart Approach for Matching, Learning and Querying Information from the Human Resources Domain

@inproceedings{Gil2016ASA,
  title={A Smart Approach for Matching, Learning and Querying Information from the Human Resources Domain},
  author={Jorge Mart{\'i}nez Gil and Alejandra Lorena Paoletti and Klaus-Dieter Schewe},
  booktitle={ADBIS},
  year={2016}
}
We face the complex problem of timely, accurate and mutually satisfactory mediation between job offers and suitable applicant profiles by means of semantic processing techniques. In fact, this problem has become a major challenge for all public and private recruitment agencies around the world as well as for employers and job seekers. It is widely agreed that smart algorithms for automatically matching, learning, and querying job offers and candidate profiles will provide a key technology of… 
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