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Scaling and productising MOSAIC search and recommendation services

van Harmelen, M. Scaling and productising MOSAIC search and recommendation services. 26 September 2010. Commissioned by JISC, this document provides an architectural approach for MOSAIC search and recommendation services. The approach incorporates iterative cycles of development, where each cycle is preceded by an agile needs-driven approach to determine the next targets for implementation and roll out.

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Personalisation is the supply of services and/or data based on a model of a user

As part of work commissioned by JISC from Sero Consulting and Hedtek I’ve come up with a broad, simple definition of personalisation: Personalisation is the supply of services and/or data based on a model of a user. Supply and model are interpreted broadly, to mean by a machine or human agent. Examples of human agency are personalised […]

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The Mosaic search engine

  We are coming to the end of the JISC-funded Mosaic Project. As part of that project Hedtek has designed and, with help from our friends at Sefol U.G., implemented a prototype search engine that allows personalised searches of bibliographic data according to one’s own course cohort, or according to various other faceted criteria that […]

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