Efficient Context Management and Personalized User Recommendations in a Smart Social TV Environment

@inproceedings{Aisopos2016EfficientCM,
  title={Efficient Context Management and Personalized User Recommendations in a Smart Social TV Environment},
  author={Fotis Aisopos and Angelos Valsamis and Alexandros Psychas and Andreas Menychtas and Theodora A. Varvarigou},
  booktitle={GECON},
  year={2016}
}
With the emergence of Smart TV and related interconnected devices, second screen solutions have rapidly appeared to provide more content for end-users and enrich their TV experience. Given the various data and sources involved - videos, actors, social media and online databases- the aforementioned market poses great challenges concerning user context management and sophisticated recommendations that can be addressed to the end-users. This paper presents an innovative Context Management model… 
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