Le filtrage collaboratif et le web 2.0. État de l'art

@article{Oufaida2008LeFC,
  title={Le filtrage collaboratif et le web 2.0. {\'E}tat de l'art},
  author={Houda Oufaida and Omar Nouali},
  journal={Document Num{\'e}rique},
  year={2008},
  volume={11},
  pages={13-35}
}
Le present article fait le point sur l’etat de l’art des systemes de filtrage d’information. Il presente les differentes techniques de filtrage proposees dans la litterature dont le filtrage a base de contenu, le filtrage collaboratif et les modeles de filtrage hybrides. Il presente egalement les differentes limitations dont souffre toujours ce type de systemes notamment la rarete des votes et le probleme du demarrage a froid. Enfin, il discute les evolutions majeures previsibles avec l… 

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