The Shopping Scout: A Framework For An Intelligent Shopping Assistant

@inproceedings{Kaiser2018TheSS,
  title={The Shopping Scout: A Framework For An Intelligent Shopping Assistant},
  author={Matthias Kaiser and Christine Mueller},
  year={2018}
}
The growing availability of mobile devices leads to a new area of applications which give support to human users in situations they could previously not benefit from. In this paper we would like to describe the concept of proactive user interfaces, exemplified in the realization of a shopping scout. By this we mean an application on a mobile computational device which can act as a recommender system for an optimized shopping experience. The shopping scout guides users in a supermarket to those… CONTINUE READING

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