The Impact of Semantic Context Cues on the User Acceptance of Tag Recommendations: An Online Study

Dominik Kowald, Paul Seitlinger, Tobias Ley, Elisabeth Lex

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In this paper, we present the results of an online study with the aim to shed light on the impact that semantic context cues have on the user acceptance of tag recommendations. Therefore, we conducted a work-integrated social bookmarking scenario with 17 university employees in order to compare the user acceptance of a context-aware tag recommendation algorithm called 3Layers with the user acceptance of a simple popularity-based baseline. In this scenario, we validated and verified the hypothesis that semantic context cues have a higher impact on the user acceptance of tag recommendations in a collaborative tagging setting than in an individual tagging setting. With this paper, we contribute to the sparse line of research presenting online recommendation studies.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCompanion Proceedings to the Web Conference 2018
Pages1-2
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Publication statusPublished - 6 Mar 2018

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The Impact of Semantic Context Cues on the User Acceptance of Tag Recommendations : An Online Study. / Kowald, Dominik; Seitlinger, Paul; Ley, Tobias; Lex, Elisabeth.

Companion Proceedings to the Web Conference 2018. 2018. p. 1-2.

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Kowald, Dominik ; Seitlinger, Paul ; Ley, Tobias ; Lex, Elisabeth. / The Impact of Semantic Context Cues on the User Acceptance of Tag Recommendations : An Online Study. Companion Proceedings to the Web Conference 2018. 2018. pp. 1-2
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