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Personalisation in the wild: providing personalisation across semantic, social and open-web resources

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Personalisation in the wild: providing personalisation across semantic, social and open-web resources
One of the key motivating factors for information providers to use personalisation is to maximise the benefit to the user in accessing their content. However, traditionally such systems have focussed on mainly corporate or professionally authored content and have not been able to leverage the benefits of other material already on the web, written about that subject by other authors. Such information includes open-web information as well as usergenerated content such as forums, blogs, tags, etc. By providing personalised compositions and presentations across these heterogeneous information sources, a potentially richer user experience can be created, leveraging the mutual benefits of professionally authored content as well as open-web information and active user communities. This paper presents novel techniques and architectures that extend the personalisation reserved for corporate or professionally developed content with that of user generated content and pages in the wild. Complemen...
Ben Steichen, Alexander O'Connor, Vincent Wade
Added 29 Aug 2011
Updated 29 Aug 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where HT
Authors Ben Steichen, Alexander O'Connor, Vincent Wade
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