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bookcrossing

(ˈbʊkˌkrɒsɪŋ)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) the practice of deliberately leaving books in places where they will be found and read by other people
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Em um estudo empirico sobre a plataforma Bookcrossing, os autores verificaram que esses tres prototipos de comportamento podem simultaneamente desempenhar um papel no mesmo contexto, e consumidores da mesma comunidade podem usa-los para satisfazer suas necessidades especificas e motivacoes.
Para evaluar los algoritmos de filtrado colaborativo que contiene la API de Apache Mahout se realizo el calculo de "Precision" y "Recall" (Exhaustividad) del dataset BookCrossing el cual contiene las calificaciones que varios usuarios han dado a diversos libros, este cuenta con 278858 usuarios, 1149780 calificaciones que han dado los usuarios a los libros y 271379 libros.
In Section 3.2, MovieLens dataset and BookCrossing dataset are used to evaluate the two algorithms to validate the effectiveness of knowledge transfer.
* Years ago I took part in BookCrossing (bookcrossing.com) for personal book sharing, and remembered this because of a suggestion to do the activity within a school or schools.
If you affix a Book Crossing (bookcrossing.com) label to the book, you can follow it to see who finds your book and where in the world it ends up.
Bookcrossing action, which promotes reading of books among residents and guests of Bishkek, has been launched in the framework of second socio-cultural action Bishkek - Literary Capital of the World on August 20.
BookCrossing [1,9] is recommender system which allows readers to discuss, review and share their interest.
Another innovative way to share and obtain books, for free, is available through bookcrossing.com, a site quite unlike any I've seen.