[NRG] Fwd: [cs-talks] 5/10 Wed at Hariri: Analysis of Wireless Markets Using a QoE-Crowd-Sourcing-Based Recommendation System

Cody Doucette doucette at bu.edu
Thu May 4 16:51:27 EDT 2017


Hi everyone,

Please join us next Wednesday for a talk by Professor Maria Papadopouli
from the University of Crete. Details below.

Best,
Cody

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From: Barnes, Kaitlin S <ksbarnes at bu.edu>
Date: Wed, May 3, 2017 at 5:10 PM
Subject: [cs-talks] 5/10 Wed at Hariri: Analysis of Wireless Markets Using a
QoE-Crowd-Sourcing-Based Recommendation System
To: cs-talks at cs.bu.edu <cs-talks at cs.bu.edu>


Please join us on Wednesday, May 10th for our *Wed at Hariri talk*, featuring
Fulbright Scholar *Maria Papadopouli*, Professor of Computer Science at the
University of Crete, and visiting scholar at the Computer Science and
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Massachusetts Institute of
Technology.



During the talk, titled *“Analysis of Wireless Markets Using a
QoE-Crowd-Sourcing-Based Recommendation System,“* Papadopouli will present
research on a multi-layer game-theoretical framework that enables a
detailed modeling of the wireless infrastructure and user population for
the analysis of wireless markets. Given that wireless markets continue to
become larger and more diverse, her work takes into account the fact users
are differentiated even more by their profile, demand and quality of
experience (QoE) requirements.



*Analysis of Wireless Markets Using a QoE-Crowd-Sourcing-Based
Recommendation System*

*Event URL:  *http://www.bu.edu/hic/2017/05/03/maria-papadopouli-to-give-
510-wedhariri-talk-on-wireless-markets/

*Date/Time:* Wednesday, May 10th, 2017, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm, refreshments
at 10:45 am

*Location: *Hariri Institute for Computing, 111 Cummington Mall, Room 180;
Boston, MA

*Keywords**: wireless markets, user profiles, quality of experience (QoE),
crowd-sourcing, recommendation systems*


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