Do you know?: recommending people to invite into your social network

@inproceedings{Guy2009DoYK,
  title={Do you know?: recommending people to invite into your social network},
  author={Ido Guy and Inbal Ronen and Eric Wilcox},
  booktitle={IUI},
  year={2009}
}
In this paper we describe a novel UI and system for providing users with recommendations of people to invite into their explicit enterprise social network. The recommendations are based on aggregated information collected from various sources across the organization and are displayed in a widget, which is part of a popular enhanced employee directory. Recommended people are presented one by one, with detailed reasoning as for why they were recommended. Usage results are presented for a period… CONTINUE READING
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