Connected Closet - A Semantically Enriched Mobile Recommender System for Smart Closets

@inproceedings{Kolstad2017ConnectedC,
  title={Connected Closet - A Semantically Enriched Mobile Recommender System for Smart Closets},
  author={Anders Lorentzen Kolstad and {\"O}zlem {\"O}zg{\"o}bek and Jon Atle Gulla and Simon Litlehamar},
  booktitle={WEBIST},
  year={2017}
}
A common problem for many people is deciding on an outfit from a vastly overloaded wardrobe. [] Key Result Moreover, with the system’s recycling suggestions, the system can be beneficial for the sustainability of the environment and the economy.

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