Cross-system user modeling and personalization on the Social Web

  title={Cross-system user modeling and personalization on the Social Web},
  author={Fabian Abel and Eelco Herder and Geert-Jan Houben and Nicola Henze and Daniel Krause},
  journal={User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction},
In order to adapt functionality to their individual users, systems need information about these users. The Social Web provides opportunities to gather user data from outside the system itself. Aggregated user data may be useful to address cold-start problems as well as sparse user profiles, but this depends on the nature of individual user profiles distributed on the Social Web. For example, does it make sense to re-use Flickr profiles to recommend bookmarks in Delicious? In this article, we… CONTINUE READING
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