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Identifying the Centers of Interests of User Profiles in a Big Data Context

  • Ismail Bensassi
  • Yasyn Elyusufi
  • El Mokhtar En-NaimiEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Intelligent Transportation and Infrastructure book series (LNITI)

Abstract

The idea we propose in this article is a follow-up to our research series in the ontology-based profiling framework. The approach relies on tracking user profile changes for better user connection within a Big Data context. We have worked in our series of research on the identification and qualification of profiles in web 2.0 context based on the ontological approach and multi agent system. Among the limitations of our research is the fact that changing interests over time does not affect the relationships between profiles. The goal of our approach is to follow the change of the interests of internet users and to propose afterwards new relations having changed activities in the same direction. In order to implement this approach, we will first use the ontology approach. The ontology we propose will generate a set of domains and sub domains of activities, used to identify user profiles. On the other hand, we will use the Multi Agents approach to process users’ activities before classifying them in their profiles.

Keywords

Profiling Ontology MAS Big data 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ismail Bensassi
    • 1
  • Yasyn Elyusufi
    • 1
  • El Mokhtar En-Naimi
    • 1
    Email author
  1. 1.LIST Laboratory, Faculty of Sciences and TechnologiesTangierMorocco

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