Thinking Positively-Explanatory Feedback for Conversational Recommender Systems

@inproceedings{McCarthy2004ThinkingPF,
  title={Thinking Positively-Explanatory Feedback for Conversational Recommender Systems},
  author={Kevin McCarthy and James Reilly and Lorraine McGinty and Barry Smyth},
  year={2004}
}
When it comes to buying expensive goods people expect to be skillfully steered through the options by well-informed sales assistants that are capable of balancing the user’s many and varied requirements. In addition users often need to be educated about the product-space, especially if they are to come to understand what is available and why certain options are being recommended by the sales-assistant. The same issues arise in interactive recommender systems, our online equivalent of a sales… CONTINUE READING
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