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Travelled to:
1 × Ireland
1 × South Korea
1 × Switzerland
2 × Canada
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
L.G.Terveen D.Frankowski J.Riedl E.I.Sparling F.M.Harper S.Drenner D.Cosley B.Hecht R.Priedhorsky D.Pitchford D.Kluver T.T.Nguyen M.D.Ekstrand H.Ford D.R.Musicant M.Graham O.S.B.Keyes W.Geyer M.J.Muller M.Moore B.Brownholtz E.Wilcox D.R.Millen S.K.Lam A.M.Rashid J.Osterhouse M.E.Giesel R.Gold B.Hillmann M.Lesicko S.Naden J.Russell Z.(.Wang
Talks about:
communiti (3) recommend (2) algorithm (2) rate (2) vocabulari (1) difficult (1) standard (1) geograph (1) collabor (1) support (1)

Person: Shilad Sen

DBLP DBLP: Sen:Shilad

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CSCW 20152015
CSCW 20122012
RecSys 20122012
RecSys 20112011
RecSys 20082008
RecSys 20072007
CSCW 20062006
SIGIR 20062006

Wrote 10 papers:

CHI-2015-SenFMGKH #locality #volunteer
Barriers to the Localness of Volunteered Geographic Information (SS, HF, DRM, MG, OSBK, BH), pp. 197–206.
CSCW-2015-SenGGHLNRWH #algorithm #community #standard
Turkers, Scholars, “Arafat” and “Peace”: Cultural Communities and Algorithmic Gold Standards (SS, MEG, RG, BH, ML, SN, JR, Z(W, BH), pp. 826–838.
CSCW-2012-PriedhorskyPST #algorithm #evaluation #personalisation #recommendation
Recommending routes in the context of bicycling: algorithms, evaluation, and the value of personalization (RP, DP, SS, LGT), pp. 979–988.
RecSys-2012-KluverNESR #how #question #rating
How many bits per rating? (DK, TTN, MDE, SS, JR), pp. 99–106.
RecSys-2011-SparlingS #how #named #question #rating
Rating: how difficult is it? (EIS, SS), pp. 149–156.
RecSys-2008-DrennerST #community #experience #user interface
Crafting the initial user experience to achieve community goals (SD, SS, LGT), pp. 187–194.
RecSys-2007-HarperSF #clustering #recommendation #social
Supporting social recommendations with activity-balanced clustering (FMH, SS, DF), pp. 165–168.
CSCW-2006-SenGMMBWM #collaboration #named
FeedMe: a collaborative alert filtering system (SS, WG, MJM, MM, BB, EW, DRM), pp. 89–98.
CSCW-2006-SenLRCFOHR #community #evolution
tagging, communities, vocabulary, evolution (SS, SKL, AMR, DC, DF, JO, FMH, JR), pp. 181–190.
SIGIR-2006-FrankowskiCSTR #privacy #risk management #what
You are what you say: privacy risks of public mentions (DF, DC, SS, LGT, JR), pp. 565–572.

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