A Context-Aware Shopping Portal Based on Semantic Models

Hussein, T., Linder, T., and Ziegler, J. (2013). Semantic Models for Adaptive Interactive Systems. London: Springer.

Abstract

This chapter illustrates how semantic models can be used as a backend data source for both exploration and adaptation purposes. For a fictitious shopping portal, we implemented a faceted navigation approach that provides means for exploring the portal’s content manually. In addition to that, we implemented an adaptation mechanism based on spreading activation that also exploits the semantic structure of the underlying data.

Related focus areas

Resources

Related publications

Adapting web sites by spreading activation in ontologies

Hussein, T. and Ziegler, J. (2008). ReColl ’08: Int. Workshop on Recommendation and Collaboration (in conjunction with IUI 2008). Gran Canaria.

Semantic Models for Adaptive Interactive Systems

(2013). London [u.a.]: Springer.

Hybreed: A Software Framework for Developing Context-Aware Hybrid Recommender Systems

Hussein, T., Linder, T., Gaulke, W., and Ziegler, J. (2012). User modeling and user adapted interaction.

VIEW MORE »