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Personalized Recommendation System for the Social Network Services Based on Psychographics
Found in: Internet and Web Applications and Services, International Conference on
By Hoon-Ki Lee, Jung-Tae Kim, Jong-Hoon Lee, Eui-Hyun Paik
Issue Date:May 2010
pp. 91-95
Although various Social Network Services available on the Web, there are additional requirements for sharing systematic knowledge and experiences that are formed in u-Computing environment in relation to the physical location information to support problem...
 
Design and Implementation of the Location-Based Personalized Social Media Service
Found in: Internet and Web Applications and Services, International Conference on
By Jung-Tae Kim, Jong-Hoon Lee, Hoon-Ki Lee, Eui-Hyun Paik
Issue Date:May 2010
pp. 116-121
Although the conventional Social Network Services (SNS) provides a solution for internetworking social users to share information and social media contents based on the Web, there are further requirements to support increasing demands of social users with ...
 
Provision of the Personalized Social Network Service Based on the Locality/Sociality Relations
Found in: Internet and Web Applications and Services, International Conference on
By Jung-Tae Kim, Jong-Hoon Lee, Hoon-Ki Lee, Eui-Hyun Paik
Issue Date:May 2009
pp. 235-238
Although the conventional Social Network Services (SNS) provides a solution for internetworking social users to share information and social media contents based on the World Wide Web (WWW), there are additional requirements to support increasing demands o...
 
VPW: An Effective Personal Space Model for Providing Ubiquitous
Found in: Software Engineering Research, Management and Applications, ACIS International Conference on
By Kyung-Lang Park, Joo-Kyoung Park, Chang-Deok Kang, Hoon-Ki Lee, Eui-Hyun Baek, Shin-Dug Kim
Issue Date:August 2006
pp. 428-435
User-centrism is one of the most important things in ubiquitous computing. Previously, lots of researches have addressed issues for ubiquitous computing, but most of them oversimplified a personal space as a set of devices in a fixed location or in a commu...
 
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