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Modelling the Human Values Scale in Recommender Systems: A first approach

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Modelling the Human Values Scale in Recommender Systems: A first approach
The objective of this paper is two-fold. The first is to develop a methodology capable of extracting the Human Values Scale (HVS) from the user, with reference to his/her objective, subjective and emotional features, in order to improve the adaptation of user models to open environments, particularly in recommender systems. For this purpose a Coherence function is defined based on the user’s emotional features profiled from his/her previous interactions with the system. This function is the mapping between the user behaviour and the relevance given by him/her in each life cycle of interactions. The second objective is to present preliminary results obtained from a case study using the objective, subjective and emotional attributes in the banking domain where the methodology was tested. Keywords. Human Values Scale, Recommender Systems, User Modelling.
Javier Guzmán, Gustavo González, Jos
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where CCIA
Authors Javier Guzmán, Gustavo González, Josep Lluís de la Rosa, José A. Castán
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