Recommendation-Aware Smartphone Sensing System

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Mu-Yen Chen
Ming-Ni Wu
Chia-Chen Chen
Young-Long Chen
Hsien-En Lin


The context-aware concept is to reduce the gap between users and information systems so that the informationsystems actively get to understand users’ context and demand and in return provide users with better experience.This study integrates the concept of context-aware with association algorithms to establish the context-awarerecommendation systems (CARS). The CARS contains three modules and provides the product recommendations forusers with their smartphone. First, the simple RSSI Indoor localization module (SRILM) locates the user position anddetects the context information surrounding around users. Second, the Apriori recommendation module (ARM)provides effective recommended product information for users through association rules mining. The appropriateproduct information can be received effectiveness and greatly enhanced the recommendation service.



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Chen, M.-Y., Wu, M.-N., Chen, C.-C., Chen, Y.-L., & Lin, H.-E. (2014). Recommendation-Aware Smartphone Sensing System. Journal of Applied Research and Technology, 12(6).