Recommendation Delivery - Getting the User Interface Just Right

@inproceedings{MurphyHill2014RecommendationD,
  title={Recommendation Delivery - Getting the User Interface Just Right},
  author={Emerson R. Murphy-Hill and Gail C. Murphy},
  booktitle={Recommendation Systems in Software Engineering},
  year={2014}
}
Generating a useful recommendation is only the first step in creating a recommendation system. For the system to have value, the recommendations must be delivered with a user interface that allows the user to become aware that recommendations are available, to determine if any of the recommendations have value for them and to be able to act upon a recommendation. By synthesizing previous results from general recommendation system research and software engineering recommendation system research… 
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