Reference : CUBA: Artificial conviviality and user-behaviour analysis in web-feeds
Dissertations and theses : Doctoral thesis
Engineering, computing & technology : Computer science
CUBA: Artificial conviviality and user-behaviour analysis in web-feeds
Kaufmann, Sascha [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Computer Science and Communications Research Unit (CSC)]
University of Luxembourg, ​Luxembourg, ​​Luxembourg
Docteur en Informatique
Schommer, Christoph mailto
[en] artificial conviviality ; non obvious profiles ; conviviality ; news feeds ; cuba ; user behaviour analysis
[en] Conviviality is a concept of great depth that plays an important role in any social interaction. A convivial relation between individuals is one that allows the participating individuals to behave and interact with each other following a set of conventions that are shared, commonly agreed upon, or at least understood. This presupposes an implicit or an explicit regulation mechanism based on consensus or social contracts and applies to the behaviours and interactions of participating individuals. With respect to an intelligent web-based system, an applicable social contribution is the give of assistance to other users in situations that are unclear and in guiding him to find the right decision whenever a conflict arises. Such a convivial social biotope deeply depends on both implicit and explicit co-operation and collaboration of natural users inside a community.
Here, the individual conviviality may benefit from “The Wisdom of Crowds”, which fosters a dynamic understanding of the user’s behaviour and a strong influence of an individual’s well being to another person(s). The web-based system CUBA focus on such a behavioural analysis through profiling and demonstrates a convivial stay within a web-based feed system.

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