Recommender systems in computer science and information systems--a landscape of research
MetadataShow full item record
The paper reviews and classifies recent research in recommender systems both in the field of Computer Science and Information Systems. The goal of this work is to identify existing trends, open issues and possible directions for future research. Our analysis is based on a review of 330 papers on recommender systems, which were published in high-impact conferences and journals during the past five years (2006-2011). We provide a state-of-the-art review on recommender systems, propose future research opportunities for recommender systems in both computer science and information system community, and indicate how the research avenues of both communities might partly converge.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Connectivity in Cyber-Physical Production Systems: Three-Tier Industrial Internet System Model for Connectivity of heterogeneous Elements in Cyber-Physical Production Systems Rojas R; Rauch E; Matt DT (2018)In the "Smart Factory", cyber-physical systems (CPS) must be synchronized with each other and with the outside world in order to exchange information and trigger actions. This paper presents a model for the design of an ...
Matt, DT; Rauch, E (InTech, 2012)The geographically distributed production of fresh food poses unique challenges to the production system design because of their stringent industry and logistics requirements. The purpose of this research is to examine the ...
Collaborative Cloud Manufacturing: Design of Business Model Innovations Enabled by Cyberphysical Systems in Distributed Manufacturing Systems Rauch E; Seidenstricker S; Dallasega P; Hämmerl R (2016)Collaborative cloud manufacturing, as a concept of distributed manufacturing, allows different opportunities for changing the logic of generating and capturing value. Cyberphysical systems and the technologies behind them ...