Layered evaluation for data discovery and recommendation systems: An initial set of principles
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© 2014 IEEE. This paper examines how a layered evaluation framework proposed for adaptive systems (AS) can be applied in the case of recommender systems (RecSys). Our analysis indicates that implementing a layered-based evaluation has the potential to facilitate a more detailed and informed evaluation of RecSys, allowing researchers and developers to better understand how to improve them.
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