The benefits of opening recommendation to human interaction
Hurrell, Eoin and Smeaton, Alan F. (2011) The benefits of opening recommendation to human interaction. In: The 25th BCS Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 4th-8th July 2011, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK.
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This paper describes work in progress that uses an interactive recommendation process to construct new objects which are tailored to user preferences. The novelty in our work is moving from the recommendation of static objects like consumer goods, movies or books, towards dynamically-constructed recommendations which are built as part of the recommendation process. As a proof-of-concept we build running or jogging routes for visitors to a city, recommending routes to users according to their preferences and we present details of this system.
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