The Duine Framework is a (collection of) software libraries that allows developers to create prediction engines for their own applications. A prediction engine is a component that predicts how interested individual users are in pieces of information. Such predictions can be used to personalise information to users, specifically in recommending to users what information is and is not of interest to them. Duine is the Irish Gaelic word for person and is pronounced as “dinne” (dinner without an ‘r’). Duine has been developed by the Telematica Instituut/Novay and is based on scientific research on personalisation and specifically into recommender systems. The scientific research results on which the Duine software is based are available at the Telematica Instituut/Novay
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- Lee, Joonseok; Sun, Mingxuan; Lebanon, Guy: PREA: personalized recommendation algorithms toolkit (2012)