QCT and SF services in Torii: Human Evaluations of Documents Benefit to the Community

Abstract : This paper describes two services of the Torii portal dedicated to the High Energy Physics research community, and developed within the context of the TIPS European project. These services both relate to the reuse of evaluations performed by humans on scientific publications. The first one, called QCT (Quality Control Tools) aims at collecting human detailed evaluations of documents in order to enrich the traditional topical indexing of documents with quality-related information. The second one, called SF (Social Filtering) integrates a push functionality as a alternate and complementary tool to traditional pull services such as Information Retrieval; documents are pushed to users with respect to the evaluations they have made in the past, and as compared to other users' evaluations.
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Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web Based Systems (AH2002) Workshop on "Personalization Techniques in Electronic Publishing on the Web: Trends and Perspectives", Stefano Mizzaro and Carlo Tasso (Eds.), 2002, Malaga, Spain. pp.105--114, 2002
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Nathalie Denos. QCT and SF services in Torii: Human Evaluations of Documents Benefit to the Community. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web Based Systems (AH2002) Workshop on "Personalization Techniques in Electronic Publishing on the Web: Trends and Perspectives", Stefano Mizzaro and Carlo Tasso (Eds.), 2002, Malaga, Spain. pp.105--114, 2002. 〈hal-00953939〉

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