Instant Knowledge: a Secure Mobile Context-Aware Distributed Recommender System. / Helmhout, Martin; Saunders, Craig; Tomlinson, Allan; MacDonald, John A.; Irvine, Jame M.; McDiarmid, Alisdair.

2009.

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Instant Knowledge: a Secure Mobile Context-Aware Distributed Recommender System. / Helmhout, Martin; Saunders, Craig; Tomlinson, Allan; MacDonald, John A.; Irvine, Jame M.; McDiarmid, Alisdair.

2009.

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title = "Instant Knowledge: a Secure Mobile Context-Aware Distributed Recommender System",
abstract = "Keeping track of who you know and what they know is both a technical and management challenge. The traditional organisation chart approach is a rigid and often inaccurate approach, requiring time-consuming and error-prone manual entry and maintenance of data. Instant Knowledge is a framework which will enable privacy-conscious sharing of mobile social context information to automatically create an enterprise-wide network of contacts. This network can then be manually or pro-actively interrogated by a distributed recommender system to {\"i}¬�nd the most relevant people for the task at hand.",
author = "Martin Helmhout and Craig Saunders and Allan Tomlinson and MacDonald, {John A.} and Irvine, {Jame M.} and Alisdair McDiarmid",
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AU - McDiarmid, Alisdair

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N2 - Keeping track of who you know and what they know is both a technical and management challenge. The traditional organisation chart approach is a rigid and often inaccurate approach, requiring time-consuming and error-prone manual entry and maintenance of data. Instant Knowledge is a framework which will enable privacy-conscious sharing of mobile social context information to automatically create an enterprise-wide network of contacts. This network can then be manually or pro-actively interrogated by a distributed recommender system to �nd the most relevant people for the task at hand.

AB - Keeping track of who you know and what they know is both a technical and management challenge. The traditional organisation chart approach is a rigid and often inaccurate approach, requiring time-consuming and error-prone manual entry and maintenance of data. Instant Knowledge is a framework which will enable privacy-conscious sharing of mobile social context information to automatically create an enterprise-wide network of contacts. This network can then be manually or pro-actively interrogated by a distributed recommender system to �nd the most relevant people for the task at hand.

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