Improving Ontology-Based User Profiles

  title={Improving Ontology-Based User Profiles},
  author={Joana Trajkova and Susan Gauch},
Personalized Web browsing and search hope to provide Web information that matches a user’s personal interests and thus provide more effective and efficient information access. A key feature in developing successful personalized Web applications is to build user profiles that accurately represent a user’ s interests. The main goal of this research is to investigate techniques that implicitly build ontology-based user profiles. We build the profiles without user interaction, automatically… CONTINUE READING
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