Implicit feedback through user-system interactions for defining user models in personalized search

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Abstract

Personalized search is aimed at tailoring the search outcome to the user context. A user profile represents the user interests and preferences that can be captured either explicitly or implicitly. Since a long time it has been advocated that Information Retrieval is an interactive activity, and various types of user-system interactions are more and more considered and used to improve search. In particular implicit feedback techniques are applied to the purpose of collecting user interests and preferences via user-system interactions. In this paper a short synthesis of the implicit techniques used to define user models is presented.

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Pasi, G. (2014). Implicit feedback through user-system interactions for defining user models in personalized search. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 39, pp. 8–11). Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2014.11.003

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