Proposing a Scientific Paper Retrieval and Recommender Framework
In this paper, we propose a framework that combines aspects of user role modeling and user-interface features with retrieval and recommender systems components. The framework is based on emergent themes identified from participants feedback in a user evaluation study conducted with a prototype assistive system. 119 researchers participated in the study for evaluating the prototype system that provides recommendations for two literature review and one manuscript writing tasks.
KeywordsScientific paper recommender systems Scientific paper retrieval systems Literature review Manuscript writing User roles Personalization
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