A Quality of Experience-based Recommender System for E-learning Resources
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Web services are a rapidly developing and generally acknowledged technology across all areas of management. Independent software systems that can be shared and called from anywhere online. The creation of educational tools (such LMSs, MOOCs, and e-learning) now typically makes use of web services. Having these learning tools readily accessible online is a great method to acquire and disseminate information. The primary objective of this paper is to describe how web services can effectively manage educational resources by leveraging Quality of Experience and to develop an effective E-learning recommender system in the context of web services that help the user choose a course based on his needs in terms of availability, cost, and reputation.
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