PLASIU: a system that facilitates creative decision-making in job-hunting [Book Review]

AI and Society 23 (2):265-279 (2007)
Abstract
Through an analysis of university students’ job-hunting logs, we have found that their introspection via rereading their log sometimes helps them discover themselves. Then we have built a system called PLASIU designed to support job-hunter’s creative decision-making based on the observations from their actual job-hunting process. This paper provides an overview of PLASIU and describes the findings from a user study using PLASIU
Keywords Creative decision making  Concept articulation  Conception  Interaction  Job-hunting
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