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Ontology-based Integration of Web Navigation for Dynamic User Profiling

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  • Anett HOPPE

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  • Ana ROXIN

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  • Christophe NICOLLE

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The development of technology for handling information on a Big Data-scale is a buzzing topic of current research. Indeed, improved techniques for knowledge discovery are crucial for scientific and economic exploitation of large-scale raw data. In research collaboration with an industrial actor, we explore the applicability of ontology-based knowledge extraction and representation for today's biggest source of large-scale data, the Web. The goal is to develop a profil-ing application, based on the implicit information that every user leaves while navigating the online, with the goal to identify and model preferences and interests in a detailed user profile. This includes the identification of current tendencies as well as the prediction of possible future interests, as far as they are deducible from the collected browsing information, and integrated expert domain knowledge. The article at hand gives an overview on the current state of the research, the developments made and insights gained.

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  • Anett HOPPE & Ana ROXIN & Christophe NICOLLE, 2015. "Ontology-based Integration of Web Navigation for Dynamic User Profiling," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 19(1), pages 10-24.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:19:y:2015:i:1:p:10-24
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    Semantic Web; Ontologies; SWRL; Big Data reasoning;

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