Two methods for enhancing mutual awareness in a group recommender system

@inproceedings{Jameson2004TwoMF,
  title={Two methods for enhancing mutual awareness in a group recommender system},
  author={Anthony Jameson and Stephan Baldes and Thomas Kleinbauer},
  booktitle={AVI},
  year={2004}
}
We present a group recommender system for vacations that helps group members who are not able to communicate synchronously to specify their preferences collaboratively and to arrive at an agreement about an overall solution. The system's design includes two innovations in visual user interfaces: 1. An interface for collaborative preference specification offers various ways in which one group member can view and perhaps copy the previously specified preferences of other users. This interface has… CONTINUE READING

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