Situated Preferences and Preference Repositories for Personalized Database Applications View Full Text


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DATE

2004

AUTHORS

Stefan Holland , Werner Kießling

ABSTRACT

Advanced personalized web applications require a carefully dealing with their users’ wishes and preferences. Since such preferences do not always hold in general, personalized applications also have to consider the user’s current situation. In this paper we present a novel framework for modeling situations and situated preferences. Our approach consists of a general meta model for situations, which can be applied as foundation for situation models in a wide range of applications. Furthermore, an XML-based preference repository for the storage and management of situated preferences is developed. Long-term and situated preferences can easily be accessed with the preference repository interface. Particularly, preferences best-matching to a given situation can be queried. This approach allows web applications to react flexibly and personalized to the changing situations of their users. More... »

PAGES

511-523

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2003. Preference Mining: A Novel Approach on Mining User Preferences for Personalized Applications in KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY IN DATABASES: PKDD 2003
  • 2003. Location- and Time-Based Information Delivery in Tourism in ADVANCES IN SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL DATABASES
  • 2001. Preference XPATH:A Query Language for E-Commerce in INFORMATION AGE ECONOMY
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    Conceptual Modeling – ER 2004

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    978-3-540-23723-5
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