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GCAR: A Group Composite Alternatives Recommender Based on Multi-criteria Optimization and Voting

Hanan Mengash, Alexander Brodsky
2014 2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
This paper proposes a Group Composite Alternatives Recommender (GCAR) framework, which provides recommendations on dynamically defined composite bundles of products and services.  ...  A preliminary experimental study is conducted which shows that the proposed framework significantly outperforms three popular aggregation strategies normally used for group recommendations.  ...  The system then recommends a new ski package based on these critiques. The work of [13] proposes to use a voting mechanism to recommend a TV show to a group of people.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2014.144 dblp:conf/hicss/MengashB14 fatcat:eie6pfegcnaehm5bz4tr5r7tsm

Developing and evaluating communication strategies to support informed decisions and practice based on evidence (DECIDE): protocol and preliminary results

Shaun Treweek, Andrew D Oxman, Philip Alderson, Patrick M Bossuyt, Linn Brandt, Jan Brożek, Marina Davoli, Signe Flottorp, Robin Harbour, Suzanne Hill, Alessandro Liberati, Helena Liira (+5 others)
2013 Implementation Science  
Methods: GRADE is a systematic approach towards assessing the quality of evidence and the strength of recommendations in healthcare. GRADE also gives advice on how to go from evidence to decisions.  ...  the GRADE Working Group and other partners, will explore methods to ensure effective communication of evidence-based recommendations targeted at key stakeholders: healthcare professionals, policymakers  ...  Authors' contributions All authors contributed to the development of the study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1748-5908-8-6 pmid:23302501 pmcid:PMC3553065 fatcat:k5ygcy54cnbhpbexnzxxuhzbua

279WS Using A New Analytic Framework To Create Evidence-Based Coverage Guidance

V King, A Little, S Vandegriff
2013 BMJ Quality and Safety  
To get hands-on experience the participants will work in large and small groups to: 1) use the checklist on several examples of GRADE evidence profiles and 2) make a judgement about how informative these  ...  The outcomes of these exercises will be discussed with the large group and will be used to further improve the checklist.  ...  A Governorappointed committee managing the state's Medicaid benefit package developed an analytic framework with a decision algorithm to facilitate coverage decisions.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjqs-2013-002293.24 fatcat:tinflnee7fdupkz6gohsu2c7tm

064WS How to Use the GRADE "Evidence-to-Recommendations Framework" to Develop Guideline Recommendations for Therapeutic Interventions

H Schunemann, R Brignardello-Petersen, W Chan, P Alonso-Coello, M Koster, C Robbins
2013 BMJ Quality and Safety  
To get hands-on experience the participants will work in large and small groups to: 1) use the checklist on several examples of GRADE evidence profiles and 2) make a judgement about how informative these  ...  The outcomes of these exercises will be discussed with the large group and will be used to further improve the checklist.  ...  A Governorappointed committee managing the state's Medicaid benefit package developed an analytic framework with a decision algorithm to facilitate coverage decisions.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjqs-2013-002293.25 fatcat:deokxzvzxja4rdynssoy3vngn4

A Framework for Predicting Personalized Product Packages

Md. Mijanur Rahman, Islamic University of Technology, IUT, Bangladesh
2019 International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering  
In this paper, we propose a package building design framework based on the interest of the each consumer.  ...  A package is to sell more than one product together to consumers in a single order and price, which is offered to customers for various purposes, like discount offer, to increase sales of new and old products  ...  Composite recommendation was defined as a recommending a group of items which meet predefined user's needs based on cost [17] .  ... 
doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2019/13842019 fatcat:xvpck72trnh4vjk7m2aomg2vsy

Travel Package Recommendation System: A Literature Review

2016 International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)  
In the era of computers, electronics, information technology, now a day's people who are not aware of peculiarities of places, rely on travel package recommender systems suggested by various sites and  ...  Travelling has become a very well known interest of people now a days, especially when many places own their explicit specialty. It has become a good source of monetary support for many nations.  ...  In order to address these challenges, a package generation and recommendation framework was developed to help travelers select landscapes.  ... 
doi:10.21275/v5i3.nov162170 fatcat:afelndi43vdnxo55srqnwp2itu

Towards a Framework for Work Package Allocation for GSD [chapter]

Marcos Ruano-Mayoral, Ricardo Colomo-Palacios, Joaquín M. Fernández-González, Ángel García-Crespo
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this work a report on the construction of a framework for work-package allocation within GSD projects is presented.  ...  One of them is task or work package allocation.  ...  The aim of the framework is to integrate sound assessment methods to common allocation factors in order to provide a set of ranked allocation recommendations aimed to fulfill partners' needs and maximize  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-25126-9_30 fatcat:hvgysv7ze5hovhbd4wcmblxp6u

Knowledge‐based mobile learning framework for museums

Tien‐Yu Hsu, Hao‐Ren Ke, Wei‐Pang Yang
2006 Electronic library  
The How-Net approach is adopted to build a unified natural and cultural ontology.  ...  Purpose -The purpose of this study is to propose a knowledge-based mobile learning framework that integrates various types of museum-wide content, and supports ubiquitous, context-aware, personalized learning  ...  The authors would like to thank the Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Republic of China, Taiwan, for financially supporting this research under Contract No. 93031.  ... 
doi:10.1108/02640470610707240 fatcat:6kju5mazfnflxdsbg2rwemp2ua

A Versatile Graph-Based Approach to Package Recommendation

Roberto Interdonato, Salvatore Romeo, Andrea Tagarelli, George Karypis
2013 2013 IEEE 25th International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence  
A key aspect in our framework is the exploitation of prior knowledge on the content type models of the packages being generated that express what the users expect from the recommendation task.  ...  Most existing works on the topic have focused on a specific application domain (e.g., travel package recommendation), thus often providing ad-hoc solutions that cannot be adapted to other domains.  ...  PACKAGE RECOMMENDATION FRAMEWORK The proposed package recommendation framework ( Fig. 1 ) takes an input set of users, items, and corresponding ratings along with knowledge on the types of items, desired  ... 
doi:10.1109/ictai.2013.130 dblp:conf/ictai/InterdonatoRTK13 fatcat:ir7ufoh4hjdqraxbzw5fb4pnty

Featured issue on collaborative decision processes and analysis

Pascale Zaraté, Fátima Dargam
2015 EURO Journal on Decision Processes  
It describes a Group Package Recommender (GPR) framework which provides recommendations on dynamically defined packages of products and services.  ...  The third paper is entitled ''A group package recommender based on learning group preferences, multi-criteria decision analysis, and voting'', and authored by Hanan A. Mengash and Alexander Brodsky.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40070-015-0054-0 fatcat:5y2jkopvlvfwxo5zcsqbqx2lce

Object-Oriented Travel Package Recommendation

Chang Tan, Qi Liu, Enhong Chen, Hui Xiong, Xiang Wu
2014 ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology  
This framework has the ability to import all the available additional context information to the travel package recommendation process in a cost-effective way.  ...  To that end, in this article, we propose an open framework, the Objected-Oriented Recommender System (ORS), for the developers performing personalized travel package recommendations to tourists.  ...  A toy example is shown in Table II , assuming that a group of tourists have an interest in traveling to Hong Kong.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2542665 fatcat:jjex4ldbgjc3lpm7stjxc3zefy

Exploring the views of female genital mutilation survivors, their male partners and healthcare professionals on the timing of deinfibulation surgery and NHS FGM care provision (the FGM Sister Study): protocol for a qualitative study

Laura Jones, Emma Danks, Joanne Clarke, Lailah Alidu, Benjamin Costello, Kate Jolly, Alison Byrne, Meg Fassam-Wright, Pallavi Latthe, Julie Taylor
2019 BMJ Open  
study, informed by the Sound of Silence conceptual framework, will be undertaken via two work packages (WPs).  ...  Data will be analysed using the framework method to facilitate a systematic mapping and exploration of qualitative data from multiple sources.Ethics and disseminationThe study has received ethical approval  ...  'unheard Silences'. 32 Recommendations from each group will be shared and discussed within the whole group to establish if a consensus on the timing of deinfibulation can be reached and to identify  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2019-034140 pmid:31628134 pmcid:PMC6803147 fatcat:djue6u4ggjctfidyyusnqzm6km

The development of a theory and evidence-based intervention to aid implementation of exercise into the prostate cancer care pathway with a focus on healthcare professional behaviour, the STAMINA trial

Rebecca R. Turner, Madelynne A. Arden, Sophie Reale, Eileen Sutton, Stephanie J. C. Taylor, Liam Bourke, Diana M. Greenfield, Dylan Morrissey, Janet Brown, Patrick Doherty, Derek J. Rosario, Liz Steed
2021 BMC Health Services Research  
Future work will aim to test this training package in a multi-centre randomised trial.  ...  In this paper, we describe the development of a training package for healthcare professionals using theory and evidence to promote delivery of such recommendations as standard care.  ...  Acknowledgements To participants, the PPI group, and STAMINA co-applicants. On behalf of all STAMINA co-investigators, we wish to acknowledge Mr. William Baker, Mrs.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-021-06266-x pmid:33766001 pmcid:PMC7992804 fatcat:tvhcv4vdbfal3mxoecaxp4juwm

Recommendations for Effective Intersectoral Collaboration in Health Promotion Interventions: Results from Joint Action CHRODIS-PLUS Work Package 5 Activities

Djoeke van Dale, Lidwien Lemmens, Marieke Hendriksen, Nella Savolainen, Péter Nagy, Edit Marosi, Michela Eigenmann, Ingrid Stegemann, Heather L. Rogers
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The conclusion is a set of seven recommendations that are considered to be essential for fostering intersectoral collaboration to improve health-promoting activities.  ...  A major challenge facing national governments is how to tackle the risk factors of sedentary lifestyle, alcohol abuse, smoking, and unhealthy diet.  ...  These draft recommendations were then presented to CHRODIS PLUS Work Package 5 partners at a second workshop.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17186474 pmid:32899521 fatcat:ybopk3z6y5aaplslgbzuc7do3q

Based Multiple Heterogeneous Wearable Sensors : A smart Real-Time Health-Monitoring Structured for Hospitals Distributor

O. S. Albahri, Aws Alaa Zaidan, B. B. Zaidan, M. Hashim, A. S. Albahri, M. A. Alsalem, A. H. Mohsin, K. I. Mohammed, A. H. Alamoodi, O. Enaizan, S. Alyousif, O. Zughoul (+7 others)
2019 IEEE Access  
This research provided scenarios and checklist benchmarking to evaluate the proposed and existing health recommender frameworks.  ...  , indicating that the ranking results were identical; 3) in evaluation, the proposed framework exhibited an advantage over the benchmark framework with a percentage of 56.25%; and 4) hospitals with multiple  ...  In summary, a statistical result for the evaluation process illustrated that the proposed health recommender framework exhibited an advantage over the benchmark framework by 56.25%. VI.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2898214 fatcat:m56aghc6ajhh3apvsivqeflxyu
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