Extending GWAPs for Building Profile Aware Associative Networks

  title={Extending GWAPs for Building Profile Aware Associative Networks},
  author={Abdelraouf Hecham and Madalina Croitoru and Pierre Bisquert and Patrice Buche},
Associative networks have been long used as a way to provide intelligent machines with a working memory and applied in various domains such as Natural Language Processing or customer associations analysis. While giving out numerous practical advantages, existing Games With a Purpose (GWAPs) for eliciting associative networks cannot be employed in certain domains (for example in customer associations analysis) due to the lack of profile based filtering. In this paper we ask the following… 
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