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Agent-Based User-Profiling Model for Behavior Monitoring

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3 Author(s)
Ghulam Ali ; Shah Abdul Latif Univ., Khairpur, Pakistan ; Shaikh, N.A. ; Shaikh, Z.A.

The growing usage of cyber resources like forums, chat groups, browsing, demands the modeling of a framework that may use an individual's personality profile for simulating the user's personality in the cyberspace, Acting as a guard and guide for the respective user by determining Internet resource suitability and monitoring & controlling the user's social interactions with other users on the Web. In this paper, we exploit some notions of psychology and cognitive sciences to present a model of an agent framework where agents (we call "social agents") monitor the activities of Internet users to build & update profiles to create socio-culture community of the similar interests in the cyberspace. Framework also guides the users what is good and what is bad for them on the Internet according to their profile.

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Future Networks, 2009 International Conference on

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7-9 March 2009