Proceedings available

IntRS 2016 proceedings are now available online.

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Invited Talk

Bart P. Knijnenburg, Clemson University will give an invited talk on User-Tailored Privacy for Interactive Recommender Systems

List of accepted papers

  • Investigating Mere-Presence Effects of Recommendations on the Consumer Choice Process – Sören Köcher, Dietmar Jannach, Michael Jugovac and Hartmut Holzmüller
  • Estimating party-user similarity in Voting Advice Applications using Hidden Markov Models – Marilena Agathokleous, Nicolas Tsapatsoulis and Constantinos Djouvas
  • Understanding Effects of Personalized vs. Aggregate Ratings on User Preferences – Gediminas Adomavicius, Jesse Bockstedt, Shawn Curley and Jingjing Zhang
  • Can Trailers Help to Alleviate Popularity Bias in Choice-Based Preference Elicitation? – Mark Graus and Martijn Willemsen
  • Scalable Exploration of Relevance Prospects to Support Decision Making – Katrien Verbert, Karsten Seipp, Chen He, Denis Parra, Chirayu Wongchokprasitti and Peter Brusilovsky
  • Complements and Substitutes in Product Recommendations: The Differential Effects on Consumers’ Willingness-to-pay – Mingyue Zhang and Jesse Bockstedt
  • DiRec: A Distributed User Interface Video Recommender – Wessam Abdrabo and Wolfgang Wörndl
  • Learning User’s Preferred Household Organization via Collaborative Filtering Methods – Stephen Brawner and Michael L. Littman
  • Explanation Interfaces for Cosmetic Product Reviews: A Cross-Cultural User Study – Byungkyu Kang, John O’Donovan, Tobias Hollerer and Shinsuke Nakajima

First CFP out

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IntRS@RecSys 2016

The joint workshop on on Interfaces and Human Decision Making for Recommender Systems will be held at RecSys 2016 in Boston (USA) on September, 2016.

Check this page or RecSys 2016’s official website for updates!