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In pursuit of satisfaction and the prevention of embarrassment : affective state in group recommender systems

By Judith Masthoff and Albert Gatt


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Topics: group modelling, affective state, satisfaction, recommender systems, privacy, emotional contagion, individual-differences, mood, behavior, television, context, program, impact, Group modelling, Affective state, Satisfaction, Recommender systems, Privacy, BF Psychology, BF
Year: 2006
DOI identifier: 10.1007/s11257-006-9008-3
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