Building MultiView Analyst Profile From Multidimensional Query Logs: From Consensual to Conflicting Preferences [article]

Eya Ben Ahmed, Ahlem Nabli, Faïez Gargouri
<span title="2012-03-15">2012</span> <i > arXiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
In order to provide suitable results to the analyst needs, user preferences summarization is widely used in several domains. In this paper, we introduce a new approach for user profile construction from OLAP query logs. The key idea is to learn the user's preferences by drawing the evidence from OLAP logs. In fact, the analyst preferences are clustered into three main pools : (i) consensual or non conflicting preferences referring to same preferences for all analysts; (ii) semi-conflicting
more &raquo; ... rences corresponding to similar preferences for some analysts; (iii) conflicting preferences related to disjoint preferences for all analysts. To build generic and global model accurately describing the analyst, we enrich the obtained characteristics through including several views, namely the personal view, the professional view and the behavioral view. After that, the multiview profile extracted from multidimensional database can be annotated.
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