Oshadi Alahakoon
Oshadi Alahakoon
College of Engineering and Science, Victoria University
Verified email at vu.edu.au
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Assembling Agents On-Demand for Pervasive Wireless Services.
GT Jayaputera, O Alahakoon, LP Cruz, SW Loke, AB Zaslavsky
Wireless Information Systems, 21-30, 2003
132003
RnR: Extracting rationale from online reviews and ratings
DAP Rahayu, S Krishnaswamy, O Alahakoon, C Labbe
2010 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshops, 358-368, 2010
122010
Can online support groups address psychological morbidity of cancer patients? An artificial intelligence based investigation of prostate cancer trajectories
A Adikari, D de Silva, WKB Ranasinghe, T Bandaragoda, O Alahakoon, ...
PloS one 15 (3), e0229361, 2020
72020
Analysing stillbirth data using dynamic self organizing maps
S Matharage, O Alahakoon, D Alahakoon, S Kapurubandara, R Nayyar, ...
2011 22nd International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications …, 2011
62011
Use of buying behavioural characteristics as general stereotypes in user models
O Alahakoon
2006 International Conference on Information and Automation, 172-176, 2006
62006
Chronic disease management: a Business Intelligence perspective
LK Wickramasinghe, D Alahakoon, M Georgeff, P Schattner, D De Silva, ...
Proceedings of the Fourth Australasian Workshop on Health Informatics and …, 2011
52011
Use of buying behavioural characteristics in long term user models
O Alahakoon, S Loke, A Zaslavsky
Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Web Personalisation …, 2006
42006
Emotions of COVID-19: Content Analysis of Self-Reported Information Using Artificial Intelligence
A Adikari, R Nawaratne, D De Silva, S Ranasinghe, O Alahakoon, ...
Journal of Medical Internet Research 23 (4), e27341, 2021
32021
Enhancing the it service desk function through unobtrusive user profiling, personalization and stereotyping
A Zaslavsky, C Bartolini, A Boulmakoul, O Alahakoon, SW Loke, ...
Proceedings of the 14th Annual Workshop of HP Software University Association, 2007
32007
Unobtrusive Acqusition of User Information for E-Commerce Applications.
O Alahakoon, SW Loke, AB Zaslavsky
ICEIS (5), 3-8, 2004
32004
Capturing buying behaviour using a layered user model
O Alahakoon, S Loke, A Zaslavsky
International Conference on Electronic Commerce and Web Technologies, 109-118, 2007
22007
Modular and hierarchical user profile instantiation for e-commerce applications using mobile software agents
O Alahakoon, S Loke, A Zaslavsky
ACIS 2003 Proceedings, 41, 2003
22003
Emotions of COVID-19: A Study of Self-Reported Information and Emotions during the COVID-19 Pandemic using Artificial Intelligence.
A Adikari, R Nawaratne, D De Silva, S Ranasinghe, O Alahakoon, ...
Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2021
2021
A New User Model based Interactive Product Retrieval Process for improved eBuying
O Alahakoon
Australasian Journal of Information Systems 19, 2015
2015
Intelligent User Modeling and User Adapted Interactions for ECommerce Consumers
OVR Alahakoon
Monash University, 2008
2008
Enhancing the IT service desk function through unobtrusive user profiling, personalization and stereotyping
O Alahakoon, C Bartolini, A Boulmakoul, F Burstein, SW Loke, ...
Annual Workshop of HP Software University Association: 08/07/2007-11/07/2007, 2007
2007
Use of buying behavioural characteristics in long term user models
A Zaslavsky, SW Loke, O Alahakoon
Dublin Ireland: National College of Ireland,, 2006
2006
User profiles with common modules for multiple domains
O Alahakoon, SW Loke, A Zaslavsky
IPSI-2005: 06/01/2005-09/01/2005, 9, 2005
2005
Personalization across de-centralized domains with a modular user profile architecture
O Alahakoon, S Loke, A Zaslavsky
International Conference on Information and Automation: 15/12/2005-18/12/2005, 2005
2005
Modular and hierachical user profile instantiation for e-commerce application using mobile software agents.
A Zaslavsky, SW Loke, O Alahakoon
Joondadup WA Australia: Edith Cowan University,, 2003
2003
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