Call for Papers

Personalized access to digital libraries has become of increasing interest in the past years. The European commission’s research program acknowledges this interest with dedicated calls for projects in the areas of digital libraries, and access to cultural heritage. Personalized access to cultural heritage and other long-tail domains demands new research effort in user modelling, personalization strategies, search, ¬†recommender systems and information visualization.

With the current debate on personal privacy, the awareness for privacy in web context and the demand for privacy-preserving services has increased.

In this workshop recent advances in personalization, privacy-preserving recommender and personalized search with a special emphasis on long-tail content will be interactively discussed. Focus will be also given to personalized result presentation and adaptive visualizations.

Workshop topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Privacy-Preserving Recommendations
  • Privacy-Preserving User Modeling
  • Visualization of Recommendation Results
  • Gold-Standards for (Long-Tail) Recommender Systems
  • Evaluation of (Long-Tail) Recommender Systems
  • Adaptive Visualizations
  • User Modeling in Social Networks

We welcome submissions of original work that has not been submitted or published elsewhere. We especially invite descriptions of running projects and ongoing work. See the submission guidelines for more detail. Submitted papers will be reviewed by at least 3 members of the program committee.

Accepted papers will be published online in the CEUR workshop proceedings, selected high-quality submissions will be published in a special issue of the Journal on Universal Computer Science (J.UCS).

Download call for papers as pdf file: uxrec2014-cfp


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