emotion

Mood Measurement on Smartphones: Which Measure, Which Design?

Helma Torkamaan Abstract Mood, often studied using smartphones, influences human perception, judgment, thought, and behavior. Mood measurements on smartphones face challenges concerning the selection of a proper mood measure and its transfer, or translation, into a digital application (app) that is user-engaging. Addressing these challenges, researchers sometimes end up developing a new interaction design and …

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How can they know that? A study of factors affecting the creepiness of recommendations

Helma Torkamaan, , Catalin-Mihai Barbu, J├╝rgen Ziegler Abstract Recommender systems (RS) often use implicit user preferences extracted from behavioral and contextual data, in addition to traditional rating-based preference elicitation, to increase the quality and accuracy of personalized recommendations. However, these approaches may harm user experience by causing mixed emotions, such as fear, anxiety, surprise, discomfort, …

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