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User Profiling

  • Given a collection of Go games it's possible to extract an opening repertoire from it. In other words, to give an overview of the opening patterns played by a player.
  • Another component of a user profile would be which players or groups of players a person is interested in. Most likely all visitors will be interested in the professional collection. But the members of a Go club in Seoul will add these players and games as well to their profile.
  • Visitors may want to be able to select the kind of information they are interested in or at least order them by relevance.
  • Once such profile information is known to the system the available information can be reorganized in order to offer the user with more relevant information or to make relevant information easier accessible (less clicks).
  • Finally, the system could deliver content automatically to users in case new information arrives or old information is modified.

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