Modeling User Preferences in Recommender Systems: A Classification Framework for Explicit and Implicit User Feedback

@article{Jawaheer2014ModelingUP,
  title={Modeling User Preferences in Recommender Systems: A Classification Framework for Explicit and Implicit User Feedback},
  author={Gawesh Jawaheer and Peter Weller and Patty Kostkova},
  journal={TiiS},
  year={2014},
  volume={4},
  pages={8:1-8:26}
}
Recommender systems are firmly established as a standard technology for assisting users with their choices; however, little attention has been paid to the application of the user model in recommender systems, particularly the variability and noise that are an intrinsic part of human behavior and activity. To enable recommender systems to suggest items that are useful to a particular user, it can be essential to understand the user and his or her interactions with the system. These interactions… CONTINUE READING

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