As intelligent interactive systems, recommender systems focus on determining predictions that fit the wishes and needs of users. Still, a large majority of recommender systems research focuses on accuracy criteria and much less attention is paid to how users interact with the system, and in which way the user interface has an influence on the selection behavior of the users. Consequently, it is important to look beyond algorithms. The main goals of the IntRS workshop are to analyze the impact of user interfaces and interaction design, and to explore human interaction with recommender systems. Methodologies for evaluating these aspects are also within the scope of the workshop.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|