DL-AgentRecom - A Multi-Agent Based Recommendation System for Scientific Documents

  title={DL-AgentRecom - A Multi-Agent Based Recommendation System for Scientific Documents},
  author={Horia Emil Popa and V. Negru and Daniel Pop and I. Muscalagiu},
  journal={2008 10th International Symposium on Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for Scientific Computing},
The goal is to propose a recommendation system for scientific documents. The paper presents the architecture and the principles of functioning of the system. The way a user organizes its documents is called the user's perspective over the set of documents. Operations with user perspectives are defined, also the system can have and build its own perspective. The users perspective can be mixed with system perspective. 

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