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Skipforward - a lightweight ontology-based peer-to-peer recommendation system

Malte Kiesel, Sven Schwarz

Proceedings of the Poster and Demo Session held at the 7 th International Semantic Web Conference International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC-08), October 26-30, Karlsruhe, Germany , - , 2008
Skipforward is a distributed recommendation system using a lightweight ontology approach for formalizing opinions about item features. Items can be things such as songs or board games; describing and discriminating item features are the genre of a song or the degree of chance in a board game. Every user of the system is free to add new items and statements about existing items into the system. Naturally, opinions may differ between users---the system even encourages people to express dissent by supporting negation for item features. Skipforward allows discussions for any item feature as well as displaying these discussions in a way similar to web forums.

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@inproceedings {
       abstract = {Skipforward is a distributed recommendation system using a lightweight ontology approach for formalizing opinions about item features.
Items can be things such as songs or board games; describing and discriminating item features are the genre of a song or the degree of chance in a board game.
Every user of the system is free to add new items and statements about existing items into the system.
Naturally, opinions may differ between users---the system even encourages people to express dissent by supporting negation for item features.
Skipforward allows discussions for any item feature as well as displaying these discussions in a way similar to web forums.},
       number = {}, 
       month = {10}, 
       year = {2008}, 
       title = {Skipforward - a lightweight ontology-based peer-to-peer recommendation system}, 
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       volume = {}, 
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       author = {Malte Kiesel, Sven Schwarz}, 
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